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  1. The Brain and Spine Organisation publish a good set of literature on SAH which My family was given after my SAH , they run a helpline which I have called in the past and now they are organising their first ever conference solely about 'life after SAH' this November at the National Hospital in London which is where I was lucky enough to be treated. The agenda looks pretty good, I have personally met the Neuro physiologists speaking as they ran 6 group sessions I attended post my pysch testing over a year an a half on to help me develop some techniques to help cope with my cognitive challenges and they were very helpful and run this course throughout the year so will have picked ul a lot of experiences I am sure. It's a full day which might be a little much for any one in early days post bleed but maybe useful for a carer also? Anyway thought I would share. It costs £10 and maybe worth it for anyone within travel distance. http://www.brainandspine.org.uk/life-after-subarachnoid-haemorrhage-conference
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