Neurological Alliance Tasmania invites you to a Café Conversation about Neurological Conditions and Mental Health

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Monday, September 24, 2018
Upcoming Event

Come along to join the conversation and learn more about neurological conditions and mental health - 12-2pm Thursday 11th of October.

Guest Speakers:
• Dr Helen Castley, Neurologist
• Assoc. Prof. Des Graham, person living with multiple sclerosis
• Dr Cynthia Honan, Clinical Neuropsychologist

When: 12:00PM-2:00PM Thursday 11th of October
Where: Bellerive Yacht Club, 64 Cambridge Road, Bellerive, TAS

Who: People living with neurological and degenerative neuromuscular conditions, and their families and carers are invited to attend

Cost: $6.15 (inc. GST)
Bookings essential - get tickets here: https://nat-cafe-conversation.eventbrite.com.au

A light lunch will be provided.
Please advise us of any dietary requirements when you book.

Questions for guest speakers are welcome and may be submitted prior to the lunch: contact Rosie@biat.org.au or 03 6230 9800

Neurological Alliance Tasmania (NAT) is an alliance of 10 not-for-profit organisations representing or supporting the many thousands of Tasmanians living with or affected by neurological or progressive neuromuscular conditions.

Neurological Alliance Tasmania invites you to a Café Conversation about Neurological Conditions and Mental Health

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