Congratulations to the Acquired Brain Injury Transitional Rehabilitation Service (ABI-TRS) who celebrated their first birthday last week! The service assists patients from across Queensland with acquired brain injuries by providing community based therapy to support their transition from hospital to community living.
In 2015, MAIC negotiated with Queensland Health to provide $14.6M to establish and pilot the ABI-TRS over a five year period, which will see between 500 to 600 patients receive rehabilitation from a multidisciplinary team during that time. The completion of a successful first year of patient rehabilitation is an important milestone and reflects the hard work and dedication of the ABI-TRS leadership team and staff.
As part of their one year of service celebrations, ABI-TRS released a series of discussion posters highlighting their successes over the past year, which can be viewed below.