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MAX Solutions Partner with Brain Injury Australia

MAX Solutions Partner with Brain Injury Australia

MAX Solutions is proud to announce new partnership with Brain Injury Australia (BIA) to change the lives of Australians with an acquired brain injury.

MAX will work closely with BIA to build awareness of services and supports available for people with an acquired brain injury while providing Brain Injury Australia’s constituents with direct access to Australia’s leading provider of Disability Employment Services (DES).

MAX Solutions Partner with Brain Injury Australia

Through disability education and open communication, MAX works to help employers see the potential in every individual. By realising that potential, MAX can change people's lives. 

““The circumstances of an individual with an acquired brain injury and their capacity for work will be different for each person. We help employers see every individual’s unique ability, and help support them to understand the value of inclusive behaviours and attitudes,” said MAX Solutions Managing Director Deborah Homewood

BIA Executive Officer Nick Rushworth said the partnership provides an opportunity for more people with brain injuries to access the support they need, but don’t necessarily seek. 

“People with a brain injury have a low level of service use, relative to people with other disabilities. Currently, there are 730,000 Australians living with a brain injury and need a high level of support, but only 1% of these people are accessing Disability Employment Services.” 

“Under this new partnership, I am excited to work with MAX to find as many Brain Injury Australia’s constituents as possible meaningful and sustainable employment.” 

For more information on Brain Injury Australia, go to www.braininjuryaustralia.org.au Brain Injury Australia’s 6th National Brain Injury Conference will be held at Princess Alexandra Hospital, Brisbane on 13th and 14th November 2018. For more information and to register, visit www.braininjuryconference.com.au.

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