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Parenting After Brain Injury

Parenting is a challenging life role for all people, yet one of the most valued roles within society. Brain Injury frequently occurs at a life stage where people are yet to complete their parenting responsibilities. For people with acquired brain injury (ABI), facing cognitive, physical, communication, behavioural and psychological challenges, parenting can present complex challenges. In addition, persons with ABI often face societal and environmental barriers. These fact sheets have been developed to assist parents with an ABI and their partners to improve their knowledge and skills to meet the ongoing challenges of parenting.  family walking together 
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Encouraging your
Developing Child

 

Setting Routines

 

Managing Behaviour




Other Useful Parenting Website Links and Resources

Parenting Fact Sheet References and Acknowledgements


Return to Support for Families



Contact ABIOS
abios@health.qld.gov.au

Last updated: 20 March 2017