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Homelessness and the Brain Conference 2016

Homelessness and the Brain Conference 2016

This presentation addressed the following key points: -

  • There is a higher prevalence of brain injury in the homeless population
  • People with a brain injury are more vulnerable to becoming homeless
  • People with unrecognised neuropsychological needs often fall between service gaps or ‘bounce’ between services
  • How can we better meet the needs of this largely hidden population?

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