ASSBI 2020 Conference Bite Size!

As our 2020 conference cannot go ahead as planned we are downsizing and going for ASSBI 2020 Conference Bite Size!

We have planned a series of webinars on Fridays at 1pm (est) highlighting some great papers and sessions from the 2020 Conference plus a few extra that are relevant in these uncertain times.

All the webinars will be going out live and will be available as an MP4 in our ONLINE STORE no more than 5 days afterwards.

Please see below for dates and speakers.

May 22nd – Prof Robyn Tate: How to plan and implement single-case designs Part 1: an introduction to the method – 60 mins

May 29th – Prof Robyn Tate: How to plan and implement single-case designs Part 2: ensuring scientific rigour - 60 mins

June 26th – Digital technologies in neuro assessment and rehabilitation – 90 mins
Dr Elizabeth Beadle: Understanding the role of telehealth and implementation into a community brain injury service;
Prof Tamara Ownsworth: Use of a telehealth platform to provide psychological support to people with glioma: The Tele-MAST pilot study;
Dr Michelle Kelly: Telehealth-based assessment of cognition, social cognition, mood and functional independence in older adults
Ms Megan Topping: Training sector professionals to support people with disability to develop participant led videos: an independent evaluation
Ms Melissa Brunner: How can we help people with traumatic brain injury to use social media during rehabilitation and beyond

July 31st – A changed landscape: Managing complex behaviour at home following brain injury – 90 mins
Prof Skye McDonald: The Carers Way Ahead. A new on-line resource to assist families of people with traumatic brain injuries and challenging behaviour 
Dr Alinka Fisher: Navigating the challenges in conducting behaviour intervention research with families

Ms Katherine Cameron and Ms Nina Wegener: Now we’re home, how do we keep the conversation going?  An interdisciplinary approach to communication partner training
Ms Jaycie Bohan: “All the things that you don’t think about when you’re leaving hospital…”: client and family member experiences of an ABI transitional rehabilitation service pilot

August 21stProf Olivier Piguet: Investigating social cognition in dementia syndromes – 60 mins

September date 25thProf Beth Armstrong and Prof Juli Cofin: Improving services for Aboriginal Australians after brain injury: Current initiatives and findings to date – 60 mins

October 23rd – Prof Leanne Togher and Dr Rachaek Rietdijk: What works for training communication partners of people with TBI? Lessons learnt from a clinical trial of the TBIconneCT program – 60 mins

November 27thA/Prof Libby Callaway and Prof Grahame Simpson: ‘How to’ evaluate mainstream and emerging technologies used for executive function support after brain injury; – 60 mins

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