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The Publication Archive contains copies of all of our publications to date. Please click on the links below to find out more about these publications, and how they may assist you.


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We also have a large range of Fact SheetsPosters and Personal Stories based on many different categories and issues. 


Bridge Magazine - Neurocognitive Disorders (2012)

01 March 2012

Using the term neurocognitive disorder means we are looking at the similar effects on the brain caused by a wide array of causes. In this issue: Brain injury vs Neurocognitive...

Bridge Magazine - Brothers and Sisters (2011)

01 December 2011

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities and families, particularly in remote and regional areas, can have limited capacity to provide supports required for people with...

Bridge Magazine - You Are Not Alone (2011)

01 September 2011

Loss of good relationships with friends, family members, and co-workers may be one of the greatest difficulties after brain injury. In this issue: Overcoming Loneliness Relationship...

Bridge Magazine - The True Cost of a Brain Injury (2011)

01 June 2011

Despite increasing awareness of brain injury, there are still many cases that are misdiagnosed or undiagnosed of this Invisible Disability   In this issue: Adjustment, grief &...

Bridge Magazine - Sexuality & Brain Injury (2011)

01 March 2011

In this issue: Discover Your Inner Goddess Discussing Sex: Pushing through denial, intimacy & sexual activity Brain Injury and Ageing A-Z of Sex Tips for dealing with tricky...

Bridge Magazine - Rebuilding Connections (2011)

01 December 2010
In this issue: Social & recreation options Support Groups: strength in numbers, Aboriginal & Islander disability network Assistive technology: Rebuilding social skills: communication, listening skills, negotiation skills, friendship skills, manners, non-social behaviours, talking skills Maintaining relationships: children & grandchildren, employers, spouses & partners

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