The Indian Head Injury Foundation organized “Symposium on Assistive Technology (AT) in Neuro Rehabilitation” on 21st March, 2017, with speakers from WHO, University of Sheffield, IIT Delhi and Government of India Ministries of Science and Technology and Social Justice and Empowerment as well as clinicians in the field of Neurosciences,
The Indian Head Injury Foundation participated in First Young India Summit on Road Safety orgainised by enactus DSE Department of Commerce and United Spirits Road to Safety, A DIAGEO Initiative on 26th March 2017 at Ballabhbhai Patel Chest Auditorium, New Delhi. It was well attended by the young students of
Dr. Christine Lefaivre, Senior Occupational Therapist, President Rainbow Rehabilitation,Clinical Assistant Professor, Occupational Sciences & Occupational Therapy, University of British Columbia Vancouver Campus and Ms. Wendy Bodsworth special educator from Canada visited IHIF Delhi & Jodhpur Rehab Centres as Volunteer from 08 Feb to 11 Feb 2017 and shared their various
“Patient riding a motor bike who suffered a Traumatic Brain Injury. Multiple fractures of the skull, nose and bones around the left eye with injury to the brain ! Just wearing a helmet would have avoided all this !”
Data taken from National Crime Record Bureau (http://ncrb.nic.in) Please click below to see details: Accidents in India
Please click below: IHIF Newsletter- Jan 2017
Keeping in mind the safety of our children, Indian Head Injury Foundation continues with vigor the task of educating school children from the weaker sections of society on the importance of wearing helmets and preventing head injuries. On completion of the workshop, the Foundation distributes helmets to the needy whose
It is really sad and even scary to see how children are being taken to schools. Drivers are talking and texting while driving, violating the rule and putting kids’ lives in danger. We hope your child is safe. Please make sure your child’s school vehicle driver is not like this.