The Summer Foundation is proud to announce the Breakfast Club professional development lecture series for 2018 on brain injury rehabilitation. These lectures, originally established by the Victorian Brain Injury Recovery Association (VBIRA), provide information about up-to-date research and clinical practice.
TOPIC: ART AS A CATALYST FOR CHANGE IN ACQUIRED BRAIN INJURY
PRESENTERS: Erica Mainprize, private art therapist, Royal Talbot Rehabilitation Centre and Dr Bronwyn Moorhouse, speech pathologist, Royal Talbot Rehabilitation Centre READ MORE
TOPIC: EMERGING TECHNOLOGIES AND REHABILITATION OF THE UPPER LIMB: ARE WE READY?
PRESENTERS: Marlena Klaic, research leader for occupational therapy, Melbourne Health and senior clinician for acute neurosciences. READ MORE
TOPIC: CHANGING SERVICE MODELS IN THE NDIS: KEY CONSIDERATIONS TO ACHIEVE PARTICIPATION OUTCOMES FOLLOWING ABI
PRESENTERS: Libby Callaway, occupational therapist, researcher and senior lecturer, Monash University
Jan Mackey, principal speech pathologist, Applied Communication Skills,
Sue Sloan, occupational therapist and clinical neuropsychologist READ MORE
TOPIC: MUSIC THERAPY IN NEUROREHABILITATION – AN OVERVIEW OF CURRENT CLINICAL PRACTICE AND RESEARCH
PRESENTER: Dr Jeanette Tamplin, Research Development Fellowship at the University of Melbourne and music therapist at the Royal Talbot Rehabilitation Centre READ MORE
Download the 2018 program here. For more information contact Helen Jeisman at email@example.com or phone 03 9894 7006.
Please note a summary and podcast links for the 2017 lectures are available on our past events page.