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Symptoms and treatment of an acquired brain injury

An acquired brain injury can affect a person’s thinking and learning abilities. These impacts aren’t always easy to see, but learning to spot symptoms can lead to earlier treatment and improved recovery.

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What is an acquired brain injury?

An acquired brain injury (ABI) is sometimes referred to as a ‘hidden disability’ but it affects over 700 000 people in Australia. Learn more about acquired brain injuries, its causes, and treatment options.

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Living independently with a disability

Independent living is an important part of growing up, and having a disability doesn’t mean you need to miss out on this major milestone. Hear from Gretta who tells us all about her journey towards independent living.

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Caring for a family member with Autism

While care for someone with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) can be provided by professional services, in-home support carried out by...

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Sensory Rooms and Autism

A sensory room is a purpose-built space designed to help individuals develop and regulate their reactions to external stimuli...

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What is Prader Willi Syndrome?

Prader-Willi Syndrome (PWS) is a rare and complex genetic condition affecting roughly 400,000 people worldwide. PWS is...

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