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The Brain Injury Rehabilitation Trust (BIRT) has today released a new limited edition publication, 'Changing Lives', to mark their 25th year in brain injury rehabilitation.

The full colour booklet includes articles on how brain injury rehabilitation has changed over the last 25 years and what the future of brain injury rehabilitation may hold, including interviews with experts from the field of brain injury. ‘Changing Lives’ also features two new case studies, as well as an overview of the outcomes and trends BIRT has seen since they began publishing outcome data six years ago.

Included with the booklet is a free double-sided poster. One side promotes BIRT's 'Show Your Brain Some Love' campaign. The reverse is a reference poster, 'The brain explained', designed to help people understand the effects of brain injury on cognitive, physical and emotional functioning, as well as on behaviour.

Request a hard-copy of 'Changing Lives'.