Toolkits are resources for use with people with TBI or people working with people with TBI.
They are resources for practice (they are different from the Self-Study Modules which are designed to be worked through step by step).
Toolkit A - The Next Step
Toolkit A - The Next Step is a resource for workers working with young people with TBI transitioning from children’s services to adult services. It has been designed to be used with young people.
A core idea in the kit is The Transition Wheel. The Transition Wheel is a tool for helping a young person to identify areas of their life where they could gain further independence.
Toolkit B - Working Together Promoting Independence
Toolkit B Working Together Promoting Independence is a resource for workers working with people with TBI. The resources in the kit have been designed to be used by people with TBI.
The Kit contains practical information and tools the worker can use to assist an individual with a brain injury to:
- Identify issues and set priorities
- Set goals
- Develop strategies to achieve the goals
- Monitor progress.
Toolkit C - Smart Phone Apps for people with TBI
Toolkit C Smart Phone Apps for people with TBI is designed for clinicians to evaluate the efficacy of Smart Phone Apps for people with brain injury.
Toolkit D - Return to Work Toolkit
This toolkit is designed to help people with TBI's, their families, support workers, rehabilitation specialists and employers to work together to support people with the TBI to return to work.