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Guidelines and Links to other Societies

Guidelines for posting website links on the ASSBI resource page

ASSBI is increasingly receiving requests to post website links on its website. ASSBI is supportive of such requests, which will generally be accommodated if they meet the following criteria:

1. The link is from a ‘not-for-profit’ organisation or academic institution;

2. The information linked is evidence based or from a credible source;

3. The content linked is relevant to ASSBI membership, i.e. addressing issues to do with the science, diagnosis, assessment and management of clinical disorders affecting the brain.

Please also indicate where else this information is currently being advertised.

Requests should be submitted to admin@assbi.com.au with the relevant information.

ASSBI is not recommending any of these links or resources and is not responsible for people choosing to use them.

Guidelines for Patient Management for professionals and families

Travelling with disabilities

A Definitive Guide to Travelling with Disabilities is an in-depth resource to help people with disability and health condition enjoy travelling while being safe. You can find valuable information such as travel destinations, advice on taking medications, medical equipment abroad, a useful checklist of essential items to take, travel insurance comparison and more.

Acquired Brain Injury


Children with special needs

Databases for Accessing Evidence Based Research

Measures for assessing outcomes after brain injury

Other relevant Associations


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Working together to improve the lives of people with brain impairment.

ASSBI is a multidisciplinary society dedicated to improving the quality of life of people with brain impairment and their families. 

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