Category Archives: Circle Group

CG Advertising-Sales-Marketing!

As a further promotion within our BISG Network & beyond, it’s being suggested that we also begin in Advertising-Marketing. FB provide Advert Manager, which is as effective as other Adverts I’ve used. I look forward to your POV on this, … Continue reading

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10th Anniversary & IDPwD

While there may not have been the desired number of attendees at our recent 10th year Anniversary, we were able to continue & Share some good habits. As Communication & Interaction were again highlighted by some attendees’ comprehension difficulties. Of good … Continue reading

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Admin ‘Nodes’ rules

Our Admin ‘Nodes’ do need to operate under their own rules, which each of you can help develop. These can form part of the next Edition of our CG Plan, which you’ll each be credited for.

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How closely does Lead Poisoning relate to Brain Injury?

Following a recent screening of an Australian & United States based TV screening on ABC Catalyst, my attention was taken by the astonishing similarities between comments from lead-effected people & circumstances I have experienced after my Brain Injury. I look … Continue reading

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Nominations : CG’s Admin. Team 2015

now may be the time to call for Nominations for our CG’s Admin. Team 2015 Continue reading

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G20’s Brisbane Summit 2014

Originally posted on Tony Anstatt's WP Blog:
G20 Australia 2014

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Brain drain (2 of 2)

Epilepsy Brain injury can make a person prone to epileptic seizures or ‘fits’. Many people who have had a seizure after a Brain Injury are given a drug for a number of years to reduce the chance of it recurring. … Continue reading

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