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Posted 22 October 2020
wrote on the Regional Groups: Thames Valley ABI Forum wall: Hello all, I wanted to highlight the recent study Headway have completed to the TVABIF group - https://www.headway.org.uk/media/8564/the-impact-of-lockdown-on-brain-injury-survivors-and-their-families.pdf Its a study of The impact of lockdown on brain injury survivors and their families, so really very topical. I'm just having a read with my coffee :) Please do join us at our next presentation on the 2nd of October 2020 : The development and preliminary usability evaluation of a smart ecological momentary assessment of fatigue and activity after acquired brain injury Emma
Posted 22 September 2020
wrote on the Regional Groups: Thames Valley ABI Forum wall: Hello all, On the 23rd of July the TVABIF group hosted Dr Melanie Fleming from the Welcome Center at the John Radcliff, part of the University of Oxford. Melanie was able to explain the importance of sleep and its role in rehabilitation post brain injury, and there is still the possibility to join their research project going forward. If you would like to join us for our next online meeting please do sign up at the Thames Valley ABI Forum page! Emma, On behalf of the TVABI committee.
Posted 21 August 2020
wrote on the Regional Groups: Thames Valley ABI Forum wall: Hello all, The TVABIF committee is pleased to announce our next online meeting Sleep disruption during rehabilitation from brain injury on the 23rd of July. Please do take a look at the calendar page for full details and let me know if you will be joining us. Emma on behalf of the TVABIF Management committee
Posted 02 July 2020
wrote on the Regional Groups: Thames Valley ABI Forum wall: On Monday the 18th of May, TVABIF took a step into the world of online meetings and presentations with our delayed talk on Current practice and challenges in screening for visual perception deficits after stroke from Dr Kathleen Vancleef of the Department of Experimental Psychology, University of Oxford. It was fascinating to gain an overview of the differing types of visual perception and the app that Dr Vancleef and her team are working on looks to become essential in any neuro assessment toolbox! Thanks to all those attended and managed to work Teams. As a committee we felt that even when we can meet up and share a sandwich we will try and find a way of also including the online option to give more people the option to join us! If you have any suggestions for future topics please do let us know. Emma, TVABIF Committee
Posted 15 June 2020
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