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We aim to educate health care providers and families to understand people with a brain injury better.

We are here to educate health care providers and families to better understand people with a brain injury. The workshop highlights the importance of validation and language when communicating with all Brain Injury survivors.

“Brain Injury – Validation and Language” is a workshop aimed at all health care providers and families. It is approximately three hours long, and is designed for audiences of up to 20 people.

The Brain Injury Community can facilitate workshops for more people with slight changes to the program. The workshop is interactive, which allows participants to experience real life brain injury challenges, draw on their own experience and gain new understanding.

So many who have a brain injury and families affected are not provided with specialised support. Having participated in this workshop, your staff will gain the knowledge to offer individual and personalised support.

The Brain Injury Community Founder, Angela Kalantzis herself suffered a brain injury in 2012. This ‘invisible’ disability went unnoticed and unsupported for over 12 months. It is the passion to provide peer support to others with a brain injury and to educate families, health care providers and the disability sector to understand what it is like to live with a Brain Injury.

Get in touch to discuss having The Brain Injury Community deliver an education Workshop at your workplace, as part of your personal development day or as a standalone event.

Please call us on 0493 110 693 or email us at to discuss.

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