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The Homelessness and Brain Injury Project (HABIP)

The Homelessness and Brain Injury Project (HABIP)

This blog by Leigh Andrews, Founder of Change Communication, looks at a project to identify rough sleepers who may have experienced brain injury – a situation first succinctly identified by the Disabilities Trust Foundation – and then see what they can do about it. They call it the Homelessness and Brain Injury Project (HABIP) and it is funded by the Greater London Authority Rough Sleeping Innovation Fund. The project is based in Westminster City Council, St Mungo’s, Headway East London and Great Chapel St Surgery.

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