Acquired Brain Injury Forum for London

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And thank you for all you do in helping ABIL to promote brain injury issues with our quarterly conferences. Next one 20th March! https://t.co/pYpFesrwNd
Mental capacity is something we covered at a previous ABIL conference. Having qualified case managers is so important when working with survivors of severe brain injury. #abi https://t.co/lZ1UYNUqps
RT @ChgComm: And I’m looking forward to speaking on #braininjury and #homelessness. Lots of interesting strands to the Conference again thi…
RT @UKABIF: It's World Encephalitis Day today folks, please retweet and support this initiative! https://t.co/J1uLUGsOJF
Great to see the message is getting out there. Thank you Chris Bryant @RhonddaBryant #rehabmatters #rehabworks https://t.co/Oltjq2Z3W0
RT @louwilkie: Appalled at lack of correct (any) procedures following concussion at #WinterOlympics2018 What is the point of organisations…
RT @JCS1064: @Abilforum Concussion in sport takes a huge step backwards #WinterOlympics https://t.co/DFfWCkn3Xk
RT @tonyhartabi: The International Skiing Federation, which runs all the skiing events at the Olympics, has a 12-page booklet called “Concu…
RT @HeadwayUK: Everyday life is full of situations in which we have to make decisions, some minor (Which toothpaste will I buy?), some majo…
RT @HeadwayUK: Research suggests that children cope much better if they are told the truth and kept informed about brain injury at a level…
RT @ChgComm: Very interesting article on reality of CPR. Associated #braininjury also never mentioned on TV #hypoxia @Abilforum @HeadwayUK

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