BackIt Gave Me Back A Sense Of Self”, Gillian on Peer Support and Volunteering after an ABI
It Gave Me Back A Sense Of Self”, Gillian on Peer Support and Volunteering after an ABI
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17 June 2020 at 2:30 pm
In this video, Gillian shares her story about the positive impact of joining a peer support group.
Gillian joined a local group run by Families 4 Families, an orgainisation for people living with Acquired Brain Injury and their families in South Australia.
Gillian describes how being a member of the group, and volunteering for the organisation, gave her back a sense of self.
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