Breakfast Club Lecture series 2019

  • March 6th, 2019 7:30 am
  • Royal Talbot Rehabilitation Centre, 1 Yarra Blvd, Kew
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The Summer Foundation is proud to announce the Breakfast Club 2019 professional development lecture series for those working in the area of rehabilitation after acquired brain injury. The lectures, originally established by the Victorian Brain Injury Recovery Association (VBIRA), provide up-to-date information about research and clinical practice.


LECTURE ONE: Wednesday 6 March

TOPIC: Experiences of Volunteering Following Acquired Brain Injury
PRESENTERS: Suzana Hercegovac (2016 Allen Martin Scholarship Winner) is an occupational therapist at AvantiCare and University of South Australia Honours graduate READ MORE


LECTURE TWO: Wednesday 5 June

TOPIC: Building Bridges: Linking disconnected service networks
PRESENTERS: Dr. Glenn Kelly Dr. Glenn Kelly is a psychologist who is is active in research, and is a regular presenter at workshops and conferences. READ MORE


LECTURE THREE: Wednesday 7 August

TOPIC: Participant Led Videos (PLVs)
PRESENTERS: Cathy Bucolo, Clinical Practice Leader, Summer Foundation
Carolyn Finis, Chief of Staff, Summer Foundation READ MORE


LECTURE FOUR: Wednesday 2 October

TOPIC: Light Therapy for Fatigue Following Acquired Brain Injury
PRESENTER: Laura Connolly (2017 Allen Martin Scholarship Winner) is completing a Doctor of Clinical Neuropsychology at Monash University. READ MORE


EVENT DETAILS

Venue: Royal Talbot Rehabilitation,(Meeting Room 1, Therapy Services Building),
1 Yarra Boulevard, Kew, 3121 (Parking available at centre for $3)
Time: 8.00–9.30am. Light breakfast served from 7.30am for an 8am start.
Cost: $30 per lecture or $100 for the four-lecture series

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Download the 2019 program here

For more information contact Alana Dobra at alana.dobra@summerfoundation.org.au or phone 03 9894 7006.

Please note a summary and podcast links for the 2018 lectures are available on our past events page.

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