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Understanding what self-advocacy means after brain injury

Posted on Wednesday 17th August 2022

A person who sustains a brain injury is likely to experience many transitions in their care and rehabilitation, as they move between different health services & settings. Where transitions are not well supported, there is a risk that the person may feel their needs and preferences are overlooked or don’t matter. This study aims to improve these transitions for people.

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Wednesday 17th August 2022     Self Advocacy, Brain Injury, Rehabilitation

*POSTPONED* Hopkins Hour: Assessing the Disability Needs of Indigenous Prisoners (ADNIP)

Posted on Thursday 9th June 2022

Please note our Hopkins Hour online seminar on the 15 September 2022 at 12:30pm has been POSTPONED due to unforeseen circumstances.

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Thursday 9th June 2022    

Metro South Health's ABI TRS Update

Posted on Monday 23rd May 2022

The ABI Transitional Rehabilitation Service (ABI TRS) provides adults with Acquired Brain Injury (ABI) and their families with a co-ordinated post-discharge clinical pathway and improved access to intensive rehabilitation beyond the hospital setting. It also contributes to improving longer-term community outcomes for people with ABI and their families.

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Monday 23rd May 2022    

Hopkins Hour: Creating systems that increase dignified experiences for people with disability

Posted on Thursday 19th May 2022

Thank you to everyone who joined the virtual Hopkins Hour event on Wednesday 18 May 2022, with invited speakers presenting on 'Creating systems that increase dignified experiences for people with disability: two years of the Dignity Project'.

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Thursday 19th May 2022     Hopkins Hour, Citizen Engagement

Hopkins Hour: Creating systems that increase dignified experiences for people with disability: two years of the Dignity Project

Posted on Tuesday 26th April 2022

Please SAVE THE DATE for our Hopkins Hour online seminar on the 18th May 2022 at 12:30pm.

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Tuesday 26th April 2022     Hopkins Hour, Research, Dignity Project

Hopkins Hour: Resilience in Rehabilitation

Posted on Tuesday 29th March 2022

The Hopkins Centre virtual Hopkins Hour event, 'Resilience in Rehabilitation' is being held Thursday 24th March 2022 at 12.30pm (AEST time). Hear from Hopkins researcher Michael Norwood and citizen researcher, Billy Hedderman, an international speaker on personal resilience and author of internationally published personal biography on recovery from quadriplegia.

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Tuesday 29th March 2022     Hopkins Hour Citizen Engagement

The Hopkins Centre Meet and Mingle event - Tuesday 14th December 2021

Posted on Monday 20th December 2021

Meet and Mingle 2021 Awards night

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Monday 20th December 2021    

International Cognitive-Communication Disorders Conference

Posted on Thursday 16th December 2021

You are invited to attend the third International Cognitive-Communication Disorders Conference. Come and hear about the latest research about the management of cognitive- communication disorders after brain injury. The emphasis of this conference is on cognitive, communication and social disorders after traumatic brain injury, right hemisphere damage, and other related brain disorders.

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Thursday 16th December 2021    

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