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Lecture 2: Impact of ABI on the Person, Their Life and Their Family, and the Support Worker Role
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Lecture 1: Understanding Acquired Brain Injury
This lecture focuses on brain anatomy and how the functions of the brain are organised. Specific cognitive and behavioural changes following ABI will be explained. Particular emphasis is placed on…
Lecture 2: Impact of ABI on the Person, Their Life and Their Family, and the Support Worker Role
The second lecture of the series explores the impact of ABI on the person and their life, as well as that of their family. This lecture will note the importance…
Lecture 3: Recovery Following Brain Injury
The third lecture of the series discusses recovery following brain injury. Neuroplasticity is explained and the importance of embedding the principles of neuroplasticity into slow stream rehabilitation programs is emphasised.…
Lecture 4: Understanding Behaviour Change after ABI
Lecture four, alongside lectures five and six, focuses on behaviour change after ABI. It commences with understanding ways behaviour may change after ABI, defines challenging behaviour / behaviours of concern,…
Lecture 5: Proactive Approaches to Managing Challenging Behaviour after ABI
The fifth lecture of the series is the second lecture focussing on challenging behaviour / behaviours of concern. It will look at the 'A' in the ABC model (i.e. antecedent),…
Lecture 6: Understanding the Function of Challenging Behaviour after ABI
The sixth lecture is the final lecture of the series, and the third lecture focussing on challenging behaviour / behaviours of concern. It will look at understanding the function of…

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Brian

This is an important bit of information I would appreciate from those who come in contact with me and others with an acquired brain injury.