Accommodation Synapse Options Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Support Training Client Services Research and Development Our Staff Research Projects Research and Development Enquiry Form Publications Publication Archive Poster Archive A3 Poster - Challenging behaviour is not always negative A3 Poster - King Kong died from Traumatic Brain Injury A3 Poster - Maximise your time on the field (Johnathan Thurston) A3 Poster - You wouldn't like me when I'm angry A3 Poster - If you can't see it, it doesn't exist A3 Poster - Appearances can be deceiving A3 Poster - Challenging behaviour A3 Poster - Inappropriate accommodation A3 Poster - Learn the warning signs A3 Poster - Reconnecting communities A3 Poster - Supporting our Diggers A3 Poster - The invisible disability Personal Stories eConnect Spanish Publications National Disability Insurance Scheme download publication 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 Spirits" however, number in the tens of thousands every year. Losing the connection of the land can cause a life out of balance and affect your wellbeing. Taking measured approaches to wellness, specifically a cultural one, will reconnect traditional relationships and help close the gap. If you would like to order this poster, it's available for free (+ postage) at our web store.