The aim of this programme is to provide insight into the common presentation of brain injury, how to identify someone who might have a brain injury and expert guidance on how you can support people with a brain injury. We examine the effects a brain injury can have behaviourally, emotionally, developmentally and physically on an individual, their relationships and their interaction with our society and the community.

The main aim of the programme is to increase understanding and prepare staff to work with brain injured individuals. Drawing on the Brain Injury Rehabilitation Trust model of rehabilitation, the programme provides frontline professionals with the tools to support service users with the complex needs that are after associated with brain injury.

Programme content

  • Does a brain injury put you at an increased risk of homelessness?
  • Identifying possible brain injuries
  • How does a brain injury impact on a person’s life?
  • What to do if you suspect someone has a brain injury
  • Referral pathways
  • Interventions
  • The brain injury experience

Duration: 3 hours

Delegates: 16-24 (12 minimum)

Programmes are designed for any individual or organisation, registered or non-registered, working with vulnerable people who may have experienced or will experience working with clients with an acquired brain injury. This include working within community-based services, voluntary services, local authorities, hostels, primary healthcare services and hospitals. Programmes are tailored to the specific service audience. The programme is designed for frontline staff including social workers, keyworkers and support workers. No professional, clinical or medical qualification are necessary but are welcomed.

Please contact tel 01924 266344 or email

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