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Brain injury rehabilitation webinar 2021

3rd November 2021 @ 9:15 am 11:30 am

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We’ve excited to announce our first ever webinar!

Join us on 03 November 2021 for our brain injury rehabilitation webinar. You’ll hear from industry experts about the slow-stream rehabilitation model and get involved in open panel discussion about technology in care. This is definitely an event you want to be a part of!

Don’t miss out on:

  • A seminar with guest speaker Dr Tony Gowlett on why using the social care model for slow-stream rehabilitation brings the best outcomes.

  • An expert open panel discussing how technology has enabled outstanding care.

  • A talk from Headway’s Lynne Hensor on the Headway accreditation.

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The agenda

09.15 – 9.20amIntroduction: A brief introduction from Alan Marshall, Central West Managing Director at Voyage Care.
09.20 – 10.15amSeminar: Why using the social care model for slow-stream rehabilitation brings the best outcomes – Tony Gowlett, Cognitive Behavioural Psychotherapist, and Rehana, Occupational Therapist.
10.15 – 10.25amA short 10-minute comfort break.
10.25 – 11.05amOpen panel discussion: How has technology enabled outstanding care?
11.05 – 11.15amA short 10-minute comfort break.
11.15 – 11.35amSeminar: What is the Headway Accreditation? – Headway representative, Lynne Hensor.
11.35am onwards121 Meetings: An opportunity to book a 121 30-minute meeting with individuals from Voyage Care in a separate meeting.

Meet our guest speaker

Tony Gowlett

Tony is a highly experienced clinician and university educator, academically qualified to doctoral level in psychotherapeutic practice with over 41 years of working in primary, secondary, forensic and ABI care settings. Tony has spent many years working with clients presenting with complex, multi-impulsive behaviours, often with co-morbid axis II difficulties, including psychosis and personality disorder. Tony also has extensive managerial experience of leading services both within hospital and residential settings.

Don’t miss out! Book your space at our brain injury rehabilitation webinar, where Tony will be leading a seminar on why using the social care model for slow-stream rehabilitation brings the best outcomes.

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