The Acquired Brain Injury team provide training to service users, health and social care professionals, service providers and carers of people who have had a brain injury.
The Brain Injury Experience Network (BIEN) co-produce and co-deliver training sessions. Training and workshops are delivered in response to identified training needs and have developed from the service's rolling programme of acquired brain injury awareness training that has been in operation since 2006. Training practitioners can help contribute to continued professional development.
It is recognised that training sessions provide useful practical advice for supporting a person with a brain injury and their families.
For information about future training, please contact the ABI Service.
BIEN and the ABI Service have been involved in research around brain injury since 2006. Contributing to University trainees and PhD students work through BIEN's expert panel and the local ABI MCN; participating as individuals; and providing support for research projects around ABI Rehabilitation in the community.
Current research projects involve working with Glasgow University researchers concentrating on the use of assistive technology to support rehabilitation goals