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Poster Archive

Below are a selection of awareness posters for you to download and share.

 

They are also available to order from the Web Store for free (+ postage) if you would like hard copies for you home, school or office.

A3 Poster - Challenging behaviour is not always negative

Behaviour is relative to a person's experience... what is normal for one person may not be for another. A certain behaviour will result because of an unmet need. Train your staff to identify...

A3 Poster - King Kong died from Traumatic Brain Injury

Had King Kong been more aware of the danger he was in, he may have been spared his tragedy. Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) often affects people through motor vehicle accidents and violence....

A3 Poster - Maximise your time on the field (Johnathan Thurston)

Johnathan Thurston - Indigenous Ambassador for Synapse Inc. A little known fact: up to one in five people who suffer concussion (caused by knocks to the head) will have changes in personality...

A3 Poster - You wouldn't like me when I'm angry

Social violence is increasing, particularly when alcohol is involved. Although one punch can kill, thousands more people will receive a permanent disability through trauma to the head...

A3 Poster - If you can't see it, it doesn't exist

Neurological Disorders, according to the World Health Organization, will surpass many diseases as the major cause of death and disability by the year 2020. With estimates at over 1 billion...

A3 Poster - Appearances can be deceiving

Brain injury is often called the "Silent Epidemic", despite the fact someone may require daily assistance. Looking 'normal' combined with a lack of awareness in the community...

A3 Poster - Challenging behaviour

A brain injury often results in complex or challenging behaviours. These can easily be misinterpreted by the community. Be aware of any changes in personality of your friends, reinforce positive...

A3 Poster - Inappropriate accommodation

You will never be the same person again. You may look exactly the same, but an injury to your head has left you unable to care for yourself. Unfortunately, your injury may never be...

A3 Poster - Learn the warning signs

Mental health is not the same as a brain injury, however they may often occur together in the same individual. Be aware of the issues and note changes in your friends' behaviour, they may have...

A3 Poster - Reconnecting communities

Acquired Brain Injury (ABI) is prevalent in every country and region across the world, with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders among the highest risk. ABI is not culturally relevent... "Sick...

A3 Poster - Supporting our Diggers

We always grieve for our soldiers lost at war, but rarely for the tens of thousands who return home to a life that will never be the same again. Invisible and undiagnosed, without...

A3 Poster - The invisible disability

Brain injury is often called the "Invisible Disability" because there may be no external or physical signs that any permanent injury has been sustained. Education and awareness are vital for the...

 

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