Alcohol Related Brain Damage (ARBD)

Alcohol Related Brain Damage is a spectrum of disorders that merge and overlap, changing the structure and function of the brain through long term consumption of alcohol (A Fuller Life, 2004). As a result, difficulties with learning, retaining or recalling information occur alongside physical symptoms. A specific diagnosis is not essential for the CARDS service to support the individual. For a full explanation of ARBD and its potential effects on an individual we direct volunteers and individuals towards Alcohol Concerns resources:

Alcohol Concern ARBD Resources

  • ARBD Awareness Training¬†

    This site helps you understand Alcohol Related Brain Damage (ARBD), its potential effect on people and how to support them as effectively as possible, and most of all how it can be prevented.

    This training is a requirement for volunteers. Please send your certificate to CARDS once you have completed the training 

    http://www.arbdaware.org/register.html