Acknowledegments and copyright
The materials on the site have been developed collaboratively with many stakeholders including:
Brain Injury Rehabilitation Directorate, Agency for Clinical Innovation, NSW Health
NSW Department of Community Services: Ageing Disability and Home Care
Liverpool Hospital Brain Injury Rehabilitation Unit
Acquired Brain Injury Services NSW Inc (previously Wareemba Community Living)
Brain Injury Association of NSW.
The stories and experiences of eight people with ABI, their families, friends, workers and case managers are at the heart of the video stories and video clips, and content on this site:
The importance of the contribution of these people and their willingness to share their experiences so that others might learn to work with people with ABI is acknowledged with deep gratitude by all the people who have worked on this site and associated learning materials.
The video stories were produce by Peter Kirkwood. The interviewer was Paul Bullen.
The content of the materials on this site draws on materials from:
The web site www.TBIStaffTraining.info which was developed by the Liverpool Hospital Brain Injury Rehabilitation Unit to help train staff in working with people with TBI.
Brain Injury Association of NSW
Interviews with people with ABI, their families, friends, workers and case managers
Focus groups of workers and case managers and other people with experience of working with people with ABI.
In addition to the above other sources were also used. They are referenced where they are used.
The site has been funded by the NSW Department of Family and Community Services : Ageing Disability and Home Care. The Brain Injury Rehabilitation Directorate, a clinical network of the NSW Agency for Clinical Innovation provided project management.
The site and associated learning materials has been developed by Paul Bullen, Management Alternatives Pty Ltd, www.mapl.com.au
The site is managed by Paul Bullen, Management Alternatives Pty Ltd, www.mapl.com.au.
The materials on the site have been developed collaboratively with many stakeholders (see Acknowledgments).
The Copyright is help by the organisations/people who have developed content and/or provided content for this web site.
Copyright owners are identified throughout the web site with the site content.
The content on the site has been developed and provided for the purpose of training people to work with people with ABI. The resources on the web site may be freely used for that purpose by non-profit organisations.
The content on the site is not for commercial use. If you wish to use the materials commercially contact Paul Bullen at info@ABIStaffTraining.info