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the action or result of inflicting loss or pain

an act that is not just

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"Acquired brain injury changes lives and there is little or no time to prepare."
Barrie Oldham, director of brain injury services for the rehab trust, said: "We are delighted to be able to create this new facility, which will enable us to respond to the needs of even more people with acquired brain injury from across the West Midlands.
To help raise awareness of acquired brain injury its effects and treatment, staff and residents at Leonard Cheshire's Arfon rehabilitation service have created a display board for people to gather information.
It provides a wonderful service to all those affected by acquired brain injury in the area.
The other is the Roald Dahl Foundation which helps children and young people suffering from blood disorders, epilepsy and the after-effects of acquired brain injury.
Acquired Brain Injury Ireland is encouraging everyone to get behind this campaign and remember the slogan Prevention Is Key.
Janet Ryder AM said the NHS was failing North Wales patients, left languishing on long waiting lists while spaces remained at the Uned Arfon acquired brain injury unit in Upper Colwyn Bay.
A special presentation in aid of the acquired brain injury charity Headway is also planned for 7.30pm on Saturday night, at the St Mary of the Angels Church Hall in Canton.
Acquired Brain Injury Ireland launched a guide to brain injury in Dublin to raise awareness of the signs and symptoms.
"Whilst not providing an in-patient head injury rehabilitation service ourselves, nevertheless we do have an acquired brain injury team who provide advice on care for in-patients who are waiting to be transferred.
Acquired Brain Injury Ireland chief Barbara O'Connell said: "National Bike Week is a fantastic initiative that encourages people to get out and have some fun.