Experts in brain injury, complex cases and behaviour support services

Analytis, P., Warren, N., & Ponsford, J. (2020). The sibling relationship after acquired brain injury (ABI): perspectives of siblings with ABI and uninjured siblings. Brain injury, 1-9. Read publication

Wong, D., Grace, N., Baker, K. & McMahon, G., 2019. Measuring clinical competencies in facilitating group-based rehabilitation interventions: Development of a new competency checklist. Clinical Rehabilitation: 1-9.

Gagnon, J., Simpson, G.K., Kelly, G., Godbout, D., Ouellette, M., Drolet, J. (2016). A French adaptation of the Overt Behaviour Scale (OBS) measuring challenging behaviours following acquired brain injury: The Echelle des comportements observables (ECO). Brain injury : [BI], 1-7.

Brown, S., Kelly, G., Griffiths, D., Clarke, H., von Einem, B. (2015). People with acquired brain injury and the Victorian justice system: Rights and resources. Inkshed Press., Ballarat, Victoria. Read publication

Couchman, G., McMahon, G., Kelly, A. and Ponsford, J. (2014). A new kind of normal:  qualitative accounts of multifamily group therapy for acquired brain injury.  Neuropsychological Rehabilitation, 24(6), 809-832.

Kelly, G. & Simpson, G. (2011). Remediating serious inappropriate sexual behavior in a male with severe acquired brain injury. Sexuality and Disability, 29 (4), 313-327. Read publication

Kelly, G., & Parry, A. (2008). Managing challenging behaviour of people with acquired brain injury in community settings: The first seven years of a specialist clinical service. Brain Impairment, 9 (3), 293 – 304. Read publication

ABI Behaviour Consultancy team (2007). Your Guide to Managing Behaviour After ABI. View here

Kelly, G., Todd, J., Simpson, G., Kremer, P., & Martin, C. (2006). The Overt Behaviour Scale (OBS): a tool for measuring challenging behaviours following ABI in community settings. Brain Injury, 20, 307-319. Read publication

Todd, J., Loewy, J., Kelly, G., & Simpson, G. (2004). Managing challenging behaviours:Getting interventions to work in nonspecialised community settings. Brain Impairment, 5, 42-52. Read publication