Past Events

  • Workshop: Level Two Training in Acquired Brain Injury

    2016-02-16 09:00Rydges Melbourne, 186 Exhibition St, Melbourne

    Professor Barry Willer, from the University of Buffalo and Associate Professor Duncan Babbage from the Person Centred Research Centre at Auckland University will be presenting Level Two training in Acquired Brain Injury.

  • Workshop: Level One Training in Acquired Brain Injury

    2016-02-09 09:00Rydges Sydney Central, 28 Albion St, Surry Hills NSW

    Professor Barry Willer, from the University of Buffalo and Associate Professor Duncan Babbage from Auckland University will be presenting Level One training in Acquired Brain Injury.

  • 2015 Allen Martin Scholarship and Memorial Lecture

    2015-11-27 18:00Kew Golf Club, Melbourne

    The Summer Foundation is pleased to present the Allen Martin Research Scholarship 2015 sponsored by The Rotary Club of Kew.

  • Upstream Challenge 2015

    2015-11-14 09:00Docklands to Donvale, Melbourne

    On November 14 2015, 114 participants walked for the Summer Foundation, raising funds for the Summer Foundation. The final result will be announced soon. This will help to build better lives for young people living in nursing homes.

  • Breakfast Club Lecture Series 2015

    2015-10-31 07:30Royal Talbot Rehabilitation Centre, 1 Yarra Blvd, Kew

    The Summer Foundation runs a Professional Development Lecture series on brain injury rehabilitation. Formerly run by the VBIRA, these lectures provide up-to-date research and clinical practice. View a summary of all lectures for 2015 here.

  • Breakfast Club 2015 – Lecture 4

    2015-10-28 07:30Royal Talbot Rehabilitation Centre, 1 Yarra Blvd, Kew

    Presented by Megan Hamilton, Physiotherapist. Megan is an experienced physio who has worked in the field of neurology in both in Australia and the UK. She currently works in the Epworth Rehabilitation TBI Community Integration Team, where she has...

  • Breakfast Club 2015 – Lecture 3

    2015-08-19 07:30Royal Talbot Rehabilitation Centre, 1 Yarra Blvd, Kew

    Topic: Developing and maintaining a sense of self and social connection several years after severe brain injury. Presented by Jacinta Douglas, PhD, Professor of Acquired Brain Injury, College of Science, Health and Engineering, La Trobe University.

  • Breakfast Club 2015 – Lecture 2

    2015-05-20 07:30Royal Talbot Rehabilitation Centre, 1 Yarra Blvd, Kew

    This presentation details current models of housing and support for people with severe acquired brain injury (ABI). It also provides findings from a longitudinal research program evaluating built and technology design of housing, models of support, and experiences and...

  • Breakfast Club 2015 – Lecture 1

    2015-03-18 07:30Royal Talbot Rehabilitation Centre, 1 Yarra Blvd, Kew

    In the first Breakfast Club Lecture for 2015 Ms Jelena Popovic outlined the programs and specialist courts with an emphasis on the support they provide to the ABI cohort and spoke about the sentencing of accused persons with ABI.

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