Aimed at health and social care professionals, our Brain Injury Roadshow is presented
by management and clinical staff from Thomas Edward Mitton House (TEM). Delivered at a time and place to suit you, the roadshows hosted by the Brain Injury Rehabilitation Trust (BIRT) are easier to make time for in your busy schedule.

Presentations usually last 40 minutes and can include:
• Causes and impact of brain injury
• Brain anatomy
• Antecedents, behaviours and consequences resulting from a Brain Injury
• Behaviour management
• The neurobehavioural approach to rehabilitation
• Using structured feedback in brain injury rehabilitation
• Outcome measures for individuals, families and commissioning bodies
• Social skills development and community integration
• Vocational support
• Working with families and outside agencies in the early acute stages

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For more information:

M House Roadshow flier here