Welcome to nb&a group. We pride ourselves on our ability to provide consistent, quality and durable outcomes for individuals with physical and/or psychological injury.
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Get trained in Mental Health First Aid - it's a life skill!
This course will teach participants to recognise the signs and symptoms of mental health problems, together with the how, what, when and where to administer first aid. You cannot afford to miss it.
Wednesday 24th and Thursday 25th August 2016
Click here for more information and to register.
Graded Motor Imagery (GMI) is an individually tailored treatment process which has been used successfully for persistent and complex pain states. The treatment aims to give back flexibility and creativity to the brain via graded exposure. Delivery of GMI follows a specific sequence starting with exercises least likely to activate a pain neurotag and progressing to imagined movements and finally mirror work. Find out more about Graded Motor Imagery here.
How do you and your organisation manage mental health first aid? Are you aware of resilience training and the benefit to you and your organisation? Do you require manual handling or ergonomic training?
Training with nb&a provides you with an opportunity to invest in yourself and your workplace and build a corporate portfolio of mentally healthy, resilient and aware colleagues. Click here to find out more about our training including course overviews, dates and locations in Adelaide metro and regional SA.
We can also customise training to your needs.
Natalie Bottroff to present at the International Forum on Disability Management (IFDM) 2016 in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
22-24 November 2016
The IFDM 2016 'Transforming Disability Management' Conference aims to transform how disability management is perceived and implemented through a wider perspective of discussions, papers and experiences. When asked for her hopes for disability management, Natalie replied, 'My hopes for disability management are to engender an integrated approach, foster community acceptance and promote recognition of individuality'.
Article by Natalie Bottroff
Wikipedia informs me The Tortoise and the Hare (Aesop) was first published in 1668. How wise was Aesop when, in 2016, we still see, hear and refer to this fable. How much of this is familiar in the everyday situations of today? Read the full article here.
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