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# Acquired Brain Injury

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# Acquired Brain Injury
Two men begin 10,000 mile car journey to raise funds for Pádraig Schaler's brain injury treatment
Pádraig was left needing intensive care after he was knocked off his bike in 2013.
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VIDEO: 'We wanted to show people that he can do things they might not think are possible'
Pádraig Schaler and his family show us how they got on on a recent trip to Cape Cod.
# Acquired Brain Injury
'I was moved into a place that was advertised as a brain injury unit, but it was an old folk's home'
Brian Hogan is living with an acquired brain injury.
# padraig schaler
Hope for change as families meet Health Minister on support for people with brain injury
Four families attended the meeting yesterday.
# Services
One teenager's 'terrifying journey' through Ireland's health system after brain injury
Teenager Conor Devlin has told his story of experiencing an acquired brain injury.
# precautions
Limiting impacts in training key to cutting concussions - Dr. Michael O'Brien
The head injury specialist feels training time would be far better spent working on skills.
# Concussion
Dublin to host 'Brain Injury and Sport' conference
The event will take place at the Aviva Stadium on December the 13th.
# Dublin
'Concussion decision should have been taken out of Rory O'Carroll's hands'
Dubs boss Jim Gavin says they were not aware of the severity of defender’s head injury.
# Brain Injury
Global traumatic brain injury rates could be six times higher than thought - study
A New Zealand study has shown that mild brain injury could be more prevalent than previously believed.
# Health
Patients experience six-month delays for vital neurological services
A damning Neurological Alliance Ireland report shows that the state of neurological care in Ireland is “grossly inadequate”, says a leading consultant neurologist.