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Work Rehab Newsletter - Issue 03WORK REHAB NEWSLETTER
March 2012 | Issue 02
- Holistic approach to injured workers & the biopyscosocial model
- Sleep deprivation costs employers money
- Early intervention works
- Why every business should consider being a Host Employer

Work Rehab Newsletter - Issue 01WORK REHAB NEWSLETTER
February 2012 | Issue 02
- Self efficacy & fear avoidance
- Benefits for being flexible employers
- OT registration changes
- Risks off long periods off work

Work Rehab Newsletter - Issue 01WORK REHAB NEWSLETTER
January 2012 | Issue 01
- Safe Work Week
- Unfair treatment in the workplace causes stress
- Dr Wall contributes to RTW guidelines

Leading medical Doctor Lyndon Wall is sharing his wealth of experience and unique insight into new research by offering audiences a refreshing approach to 'whole person medicine'

The former UK based doctor and occupational physician is a highly regarded, qualified and professional speaker who delivers insightful presentations and information sessions on mind body connection and its relationship to health and well being.

His presentations are charged with humour and credible research, practice and proven results which educates and inspires his audience to take a 360 degree view to gain an understanding of individual behaviour. As a highly regarded, qualified and professional speaker he has delivered high energy lectures and presentations to a variety of audiences including business professionals as well as medical fraternities. His personally empowering message delivers contemplations for both medical practitioners and business entrepreneurs alike.

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JUNE 2011
The Acquired Brain Injury Outreach Service (ABIOS) is proud to promote their STEPS program to members of the public affected by brain injury on the Sunshine Coast.

OT’s from the Work Rehab team have undergone the 2 day training program in order to deliver this program. In addition, and even more exciting is that Andrew is co-leading the inaugural program in Maroochydore. This is Andrew’s second brain injury, so he more than anyone is able to reflect on the difficulty of rehabilitation, yet also the rewards promised through good intervention and hard work.

There is no doubt that brain injury rehabilitation is one of the most difficult and challenging fields of rehabilitation and one that requires the therapist to have sound working knowledge of this type of injury. Work Rehab is a new provider servicing South East Qld with 3 OT’s with brain injury rehabilitation experience.

So, if you have any current or past clients living in the Sunshine Coast area who you think would benefit from this program, please read the accompanying flyers and send them a referral form. Alternatively you can have them call Work Rehab or ABIOS directly. Further, if you have any current clients who could benefit from the assistance of suitably qualified and trained health professionals please give Work Rehab a call today on 1300 856 440.

MAY 2011
WorkRehab is accredited with Comcare.

Work Rehab has been approved as a registered rehabilitation provider to provide services to Comcare and WorkCover Queensland.

We also provide rehabiliation services to the private sector and self-insured employers.

MAY 2011
Work Rehab new premises at:

Noosa Medical & Professional Centre, 90 Goodchap St, Noosaville.

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