An acquired brain injury, sometimes called an ABI is defined as any damage to the brain that occurs after birth. A person may acquire a brain injury from an accident, drug or alcohol abuse, a stroke, a brain infection such as meningitis, or degenerative neurological disease such as Parkinson’s.

An ABI can lead to difficulties with physical, emotional, cognitive or independent functioning and may result in poor impulse control and disinhibited behaviour.
[read more=”Read More” less=”Read Less”] Brain injuries affect people in so many different ways and often the best way to understand this is to

Further Information

 

Read Stories About Brain Injury Acquired Brain Injury Case Study – Tom* Brain Injury Australia 2016 Amity Health

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