The Brain Injury Rehabilitation Trust's service Graham Anderson House based in Glasgow is presenting a free seminar:They tried to make me go to rehab - Insight, awareness of need, and engagement in rehabilitation after brain injury,on Wednesday 7th November at the IET Teacher Building in Glasgow.

The seminar is aimed for health and social care professionals working in the field of brain injury, including GPs, Commissioners, Consultants in Rehabilitation Medicine, Neuropsychologists, Psychologists, Occupational Therapists, Physiotherapists, Social Workers, and Case Managers.

This is a unique opportunity to hear sector experts present on subjects which will help professionals to support their clients and to learn about working with impaired awareness, increasing readiness for, and engagement in, rehabilitation and much more.

Presentations include Using the Mental Health Act to Facilitate Neurorehabilitation, Identifying Support Needs for People with Low Awareness of need and A Poetic Response to Experiencing a Brain Injury. Download the full agenda here.

For further details or to book your space please contact Ann Marie McLean by phone on 0141 4046060 or email

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