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Aggression in the context of brain injury

Aggression in the context of brain injury

Date: 18th October 2018 - SOLD OUT!

Location: The Brain Charity (Liverpool).

Please note there is parking on site for blue badge holders or parking in public car parks nearby

Time: 10 – 3 (9.30 arrival, lunch at 12.15)

This training session aims to support participants: -

  • To gain an understanding of the term brain injury
  • To gain knowledge about the different areas of the brain and what functions these relate to
  • To gain an understanding of the different ways that a brain injury can impact an individual
  • To gain an understanding of what services can do to help someone with a brain injury
  • To gain an understanding of violence and aggression in the context of brain injury.
  • To gain knowledge about what can cause an individual experiencing a brain injury to display violent or aggressive behaviour.
  • To gain an understanding of the impacts of violence and aggression on an individual and those around them.
  • To gain an understanding of what services can do to help reduce and respond to violence and aggression in the context of brain injury.

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