The On With Life Carers Programme is a new Acquired Brain Injury Family and Friends
The On With Life Carers Programme is a new Acquired Brain Injury Family and Friends Support Network.
We know that caring for a loved one with a brain injury can be difficult without adequate help or support. Many family members and friends are thrust into the role of a carer without warning. In addition, many of you may also be looking out for the health and wellbeing of other family members or working outside the home. Juggling all of these challenges is not easy. We are here to help you access support.
Acquired Brain Injury Ireland believes in a person-centred approach. This means we pay attention, not only to the needs of brain injury survivors but also to the needs of family carers and friends. We have learned a lot about what helps a family carer carry out this valuable role and how carers need support too. We are here to share this information with you to help you understand more about brain injury and the new life you are currently living.
Dr. Eddie Murphy has recently recorded some very useful and practical tips for Carers who care for someone with an acquired brain injury. We are now inviting you to register for Dr. Murphy’s “Practical Tool Kit for Carers”. This will be rolled out live via Zoom on October 15th at 7:30pm for four consecutive weeks. Each week a new set of “Tools” will be available for you to access after the live event.
Please register here to be a part of this presentation
(Thursday) 7:30 pm