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Acquired Brain Injury Training for Frontline Homelessness Workers Scotland

Acquired Brain Injury Training for Frontline Homelessness Workers Scotland

Acquired Brain Injury Training for Frontline Homelessness Workers Scotland

Thursday, January 16, 2020

Thursday, January 16th, 2020
10:00am -1:00pm

Norton Park Church
Napier Room 57 Albion Road
Edinburgh, EH7 5QY

Why do I need this training?
Research has shown that half of people experiencing street homelessness have brain injury, yet there is very little information in the homelessness sector about the issue.

What will I learn?
Basic anatomy
How damage may occur
The effects of injury to the brain
How to support people affected by brain injury
The session will last approximately 3 hours.

Who is delivering the training?
Change Communication is collaborating with Scotland Frontline Network to provide free training on brain injury awareness to homelessness services outside of London.

How much will it cost?
The project is funded by the National Lottery Community Fund, making the training free to you. Resources will be shared on the day to help you make the most of your learning!

Booking
Email LesleyAnderson@cyrenians.scot  if you would like to book a place, we are limited to 20 places.

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