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Service users of Quest compiled an information brochure to aide other people who have suffered an acquired brain injury. The bropchure was launched to acknowledge Brain Awareness Week 2015.
Acquired Brain Injury Ireland is pleased to announce the launch of a new and unique vocational assessment service in Castlebar, to assist individuals with an acquired brain injury get back to work, training or education.
A fashion show in aid of Quest Brain Injury Services in Galway will take place in the Clayton Hotel Galway on Thursday March 15.
The last two remaining residents in care at the troubled Avondale Nursing Home have been transferred from the facility this week.
Acquired Brain Injury Ireland (ABI Ireland) is calling on family carers caring for and supporting someone with an acquired brain injury (ABI) to attend a training programme which will be held in the Annebrook House Hotel, Mullingar. The training programme will commence on Tuesday February 1 and will run for six Tuesday mornings during February and March. Attendance is free but numbers are limited, so those interested in attending should register their interest with ABI Ireland early to avoid disappointment. A briefing session will be held on Tuesday January 18 between 10am and 12pm in the Annebrook House Hotel, Austin Friar Street, Mullingar. This will provide families with an opportunity to find out more about the programme before deciding to attend. The programme is for family members caring for and supporting someone with a brain injury.
Acquired Brain Injury Ireland has launched Ireland’s first comprehensive guide to acquired brain injury. With more than 13,000 people in Ireland affected by ABI every year, the publication of the guide will help individuals and their families understand the impact a brain injury will have on their lives.
A fundraising drive to raise money to help a local man who has an acquired brain injury will kick off on Sunday March 28 at 5pm at Milltown Community Centre.
Do you have an acquired brain injury? Are you caring for somebody with an acquired brain injury? Then BRÍ support group meetings are for you.
A group of over 30 brave people from the Midlands are preparing to take part in a group skydive to raise funds for people with acquired brain injury (ABI). The skydive will take place in Clonbollogue, Co Offaly on Sunday August 23 and all monies raised will go to Acquired Brain Injury Ireland (ABI Ireland) services in the Midlands.