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Homelessness and cognitive disability in Aboriginal communities: the critical link and considerations in an NDIS environment.

 

Overview

Brightwater is a specialist provider of community rehabilitation and residential services for people who have an acquired brain injury, Huntington’s disease or other neurological disability in Western Australia (WA). This half day workshop presented in partnership with Synapse demonstrates through research and evidence, ways which can better address underdiagnoses of brain injury in urban, regional and remote Aboriginal populations; its strong correlation with the cycle of homelessness and other social issues.

The workshop will cover:

Registration close Thursday 23 February 2017.

Contacts

Lee Vinicombe
Training and Evaluations Coordinator Disability Services
170 Swansea Street East
East Victoria Park WA 6101
Ph: (08) 9362 9200 or Mobile: 0439 959 412
Email: lee.vivicombe@brightwatergroup.com

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Last updated: 16 February 2017
 
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