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Service Providers Working With Clients and Families Affected by Acquired Brain Injury

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The ABI Team was first established at The Bouverie Centre in 1984 to respond to the unique needs of families supporting people with an Acquired Brain Injury (ABI). The team continues to provide therapy directly to families caring for someone with an ABI at the centre, as well as delivers training and support, funded by Disability Services, across the state to professionals working with this client group who are interested in building and sustaining effective working relationships with clients, family members, carers, practitioners and other services. 

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