NOVAMENTE

Portugal

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Contact info

address
Novamente
Estrada da Malveira da Serra
Edificio Cadin, sala 10
2750-782
Cascais
Portugal
e-mail
geral@novamente.pt
phone
+351 919 437 335
website
www.novamente.pt
www.facebook.com/novamente

Chairman

Luiz Godinho Lopes
e-mail
direcao@novamente.pt

BIF-Representative

Vera Bonvalot
phone
+351 919 437 335
e-mail
vbonvalot@novamente.pt

About NOVAMENTE

Novamente is a nonprofit association that aims to support survivors of TBI and their caregivers. It was founded in 2010, by a caregiver (father) of a TBI survivor, friends, doctors and others that joined him.

Novamente is recognized in Portugal as the representative of families with TBI survivors. It has been making an important contribution to TBI survivors and their families: With their role in making studies and analyzing statistics about TBI in Portugal; providing information about families rights and existing structures to improve the quality of life and to orient and help TBI survivors and families.

Visit us at www.novamente.pt or www.facebook.com/novamente

Services provided

  • Help-line (consulting)
  • Psychological support to caregivers
  • Cognitive-social rehabilitation program for young adults with Traumatic Brain Injury
  • Support groups and Self-help groups for young adults with Traumatic Brain Injury
  • Educational activities (workshops, seminars, conferences)
  • Information interactive web site about TBI and all services or events that could be interesting to TBI survivors their caregiovers (formal and informal) and specialists
  • Publishing activities (information brochures, books...)
  • Organizing awareness raising events

Fields of possible cooperation

  • Awareness campaigns
  • Sharing of experience/practice within rehabilitation
  • Sharing of experience /practice in provision of social services
  • How system of care/rehabilitation should be organised
  • Research
  • Sharing of experience /practice supported employment services
  • Sharing of experience/practice in vocational rehabilitation
  • Capacity building