• Level 2
  • 3 Hours Duration
  • 1 Year Certificate

Acquired Brain Injury Training

This acquired brain injury training aims to improve delegates understanding and knowledge around brain injuries.

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This acquired brain injury training aims to improve delegates understanding and knowledge around brain injuries.

The course is suitable for all staff who are working with individuals who have suffered a brain injury.

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Course Summary

  • Define brain injury
  • Brain facts
  • How does the brain work
  • Anatomy of the brain
  • Severities of the injuries
  • Brain injury symptoms
  • Recovery
  • Strategies for living with a brain injury
  • Communication

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    Where Do You Deliver The Acquired Brain Injury Training?

    We can deliver this training at your premises, as long as it's within the UK. We also have our own venues in the Midlands if you don't have access to a training room. Caring for Care can also able to deliver this training virtually using Zoom

    Who Is This Acquired Brain Injury Training For?

    This training is for anyone working within the health and social care sector.

    How Many Delegates Can I Have On One Session?

    We will deliver this training for a group of up to 12 delegates. Additionally, for larger groups we can either provide multiple trainers on the same day or run multiple days to get everyone trained.

    Who Will Conduct The Training?

    One of our expert clinical tutors, these are either Nurses or Doctors with an abundance of clinical and complex care experience and knowledge - so you'll be in great hands! In addition, we will let you know who is doing the training in advance, you can check out their skills and experience by finding them on our meet the team page.

    What is the most common acquired brain injury?

    The most common type of acquired brain injury happens when you get hit on the head or body really hard. It's called a traumatic brain injury (TBI) and it damages your brain.

    Can someone recover from acquired brain injury?

    Yes, people can recover from acquired brain injuries, but how much they recover depends on how severe their injury is and their overall health. Some people recover completely, while others may have lasting disabilities. In addition, rehabilitation programs can help people with acquired brain injuries recover and relearn skills they may have lost.

    What are the stats on brain injury recovery in the uk

    According to the Headway UK charity, approximately 75% of people with a mild brain injury make a good recovery within three to six months.

An acquired brain injury (ABI) can significantly affect an individual’s life, as it is a complex condition. This training course aims to provide healthcare professionals with a better understanding of ABI, including its causes, symptoms, and effective treatment strategies.

Course Summary

The following topics are covered in the course:

Defining Brain Injury

This section will define ABI and provide an overview of the different types of brain injuries.

Brain Facts

Participants will learn about the different parts of the brain and their functions.

How Does the Brain Work?

This section will explain how the brain processes information and controls different body functions.

Anatomy of the Brain

In this section, participants will learn about the different regions of the brain and their functions.

Severities of Brain Injuries

Participants will learn about the different severities of brain injuries and their implications for treatment.

Brain Injury Symptoms

This section will cover the common symptoms of brain injuries, including physical, cognitive, and emotional symptoms.

Recovery

Participants will learn about the different stages of recovery from a brain injury and the factors that can affect recovery.

Strategies for Living with a Brain Injury

This section will provide strategies for individuals with a brain injury to improve their quality of life and independence.

Communication

Effective communication is essential for individuals with a brain injury. Participants will learn about the different communication strategies and techniques.

By the end of this ABI training course, healthcare professionals will have gained the necessary skills and knowledge to effectively manage and treat individuals with brain injuries. They will be able to provide better care and support to individuals with ABI, improving their quality of life and helping them achieve their full potential.

Who will the course benefit?

The course would be beneficial for anyone who works with individuals who have suffered a brain injury, including healthcare professionals, therapists, caregivers, and support workers. It is essential for these individuals to have an in-depth understanding of acquired brain injuries to provide effective care and support to patients. The knowledge of the course can help individuals who work with brain injury patients identify and manage symptoms, understand recovery processes, and communicate more effectively with patients, their families, and other healthcare professionals involved in their care. Ultimately, this can lead to better outcomes for brain injury patients and an improved quality of life.

Why take this course with us

Caring For Care is a leading healthcare and clinical training provider in the UK that trains over 15,000 healthcare workers every year. They are highly rated, with more than 4,500 positive reviews on platforms like Facebook, Yell, Google, and TrustPilot.

Our training on Acquired Brain Injury course, is essential for anyone working with individuals who have had a brain injury. The course covers topics like the anatomy and function of the brain, injury symptoms, recovery, communication strategies, and more.

By taking this course with us, you can gain a better understanding of brain injuries and learn how to care for individuals who have suffered one. Caring For Care is committed to providing top-quality training, and they work with top care providers, councils, individual employers, and NHS sites across the UK.

Choosing Caring For Care means you can trust that you will receive the best possible training from experts who are dedicated to providing high-quality care.

As I have told others... It is the best, most informative training I have ever attended

Course Summary

Summary

This course is about brain injuries. It will help you understand what brain injuries are and how they affect people. You will learn how the brain works, what happens when someone has a brain injury, and how they can recover. Furthermore,  you will also learn how to communicate and help people who have a brain injury. In addition, this course is for anyone who works with people who have a brain injury.

Learning outcomes

Outcomes

At the end of this acquired brain injury training course, you will be able to:

  • Define brain injury and understand the different severities of brain injuries
  • Understand the basic anatomy of the brain and how it works
  • Recognize symptoms of brain injury and be able to identify appropriate communication strategies
  • Understand the recovery process and strategies for living with a brain injury
  • Gain essential knowledge to work effectively with individuals who have suffered a brain injury.

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