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ABIOS Education and Training

 ABIOS is able to provide training to service providers, carers, families and people with an acquired brain injury. Training programs can be customised to suit the needs of organisations, services and individuals.

Consultancy is also provided for those individuals who are in rural and remote areas of Queensland who may have difficulty accessing other services. These consultations may be about specific individual needs. Depending on a range of issues, there are a variety of methods in which the training and consultancy can take place. These include:

  • Formal seminars and workshops
  • Guest speakers
  • Telephone conferencing
  • Video conferencing
  • Internet
  • Mail
 ABI education materials 

Those who benefit from ABIOS training include:

  • Lifestyle support workers
  • Family and carers
  • Community health workers
  • Indigeonous health workers
  • Mental health workers
  • Employment services


Frequently requested training topics include:

  • Understanding acquired brain injury
  • Cognitive and behavioural problems following a brain injury
  • General guidelines for supporting a person with brain injury
  • Effective lifestyle support for people with an acquired brain injury
  • Community linking
  • Carer stress
  • Case management
  • Goal setting with people with an acquired brain injury



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Contact ABIOS:
abios@health.qld.gov.au

Last updated: 10 April 2018