OVER the past 30 years the number of people living with the effects of an acquired brain injury has increased dramatically.
What does ABI stand for?
ABI stands for Acquired Brain Injury
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We have 214 other meanings of ABI in our Acronym Attic
- American Board of Hair Transplant Surgery
- Argon Blower Heater Unit
- Analog Buffered Head Voltage (electronics)
- Avoca Beach Heritage Villas (Australia)
- Association for Behavioral Health and Wellness (est. 1994; Washington, DC)
- Association of Black Harvard Women
- Air Blast Heat Exchanger
- A Brighter Image (various locations)
- Abilene, TX, USA - Municipal (Airport Code)
- Abitur (German secondary school final examination)
- Active Business Income (taxes)
- Activity Based Intelligence (various organizations)
- Ada Binding Interface
- Adjacent Beam Interference (telecommunications)
- Advanced Baseline Imager
- Advanced Boundary Information
- Aeries Browser Interface (Eagle Software)
- Agencia Boliviana de Informacion (Spanish: Bolivian Information Agency; Bolivia)
- Air Brush Ink
- Air-Borne Illness
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To learn more about Pate Rehabilitation or acquired brain injury and its treatment, please visit www.
She has expressed her intention to do all she can to raise awareness and promote the work of Brainbox, helping families whose lives have been turned upside down when their child experiences an acquired brain injury.
The United Kingdom Acquired Brain Injury Forum is calling for Government action to improve the lives of the million people in the UK with acquired brain injury in a manifesto to be outlined at the House of Lords on Tuesday.
Sue Bleasdale, acting general manager for acquired brain injury services, said the team was thrilled and was already working to improve even further and ensure it retains its status.
I WILL be running in this year's Virgin London Marathon on Sunday, April 22, for The Children's Trust, Tadworth, a national charity that provides specialist therapy, care and education for some of the UK's most severely disabled children and young people, and rehabilitation to children with an acquired brain injury.
As a speech/language pathologist, I have had experience over the years working with individuals with acquired brain injury and their families, and I understand many of the issues and challenges they face, but I also have seen many successes.
The awards are held annually by the United Kingdom Acquired Brain Injury Forum (UKABIF), which aims to promote the understanding of all aspects of acquired brain injury.