What have we learnt about how COVID-19 has influenced services offered by Acquired Brain Injury Ireland?
MSc student Kate O’Donnell, under the supervision of Dr Louise Hopper of the School of Psychology, Dublin City University, set out to find out.
Acquired Brain Injury Ireland marks two decades of world-class service for brain injury survivors and their families in communities across Ireland.
Acquired Brain Injury Ireland welcomes the findings of an investigation by the Ombudsman into the appropriateness of the placement of people under 65 in nursing homes for older people. The report on the investigation, ‘Wasted Lives: Time for a better future for young people in nursing homes’, was published today to coincide with European Independent Living Day.
A new dedicated Community Neuro-Rehabilitation Residential Service for brain injury survivors has been opened in Waterford by the national organisation Acquired Brain Injury Ireland, together with Anvers Housing Association.
Rehabilitation Anywhere is a new project from Acquired Brain Injury Ireland, focused on increasing access to neuro-rehabilitation services through digital and web-based platforms
For Brain Awareness Week 2021, four Midlands neurological charities have come together to launch a series of online seminars about ‘Building Your Brain Health while living with a Neurological Condition’