Would anybody benefit from this role?
This is my job. I am an Acquired Brain Injury Coordinator. I support, advise and signpost all matters that can help, if you or a loved one has experienced an Acquired Brain Injury. I make those 20 phone calls that you don't have to. I do the research and present it to you. I make appointments that others find difficult.
Do acquired brain Injury patients need this help?
What help and advise do you need? Do the doctors and health care professionals provide the help and advise, or do you need a person there to hold your hand while talking to said professionals?
This isn't an advertisement and I am not touting for business as I work for a non profit charity.
I want to put the question out there.........What do you need?