Bryony Kitter, a Masters student from the Univeristy of the Sunshine Coast, is conducting a survey for caregivers of people with an ABI and would love to hear from you.
The survey asks caregivers to reflect on their experience as a a primary caregiver and provide insight regarding both the positive and negative aspects of their experience.
The research aims to contribute to the understanding of how to improve caregivers' quality of life and therefore improve the rehabilitation process of the individual with an ABI.
You are invited to attend this roundtable discussion on Tuesday 26th March with federal politicians and community leaders on how unpaid carers can be better supported.View Article >
An App made by people with acquired brain injury for people with brain injury, their loved ones, and everyone else.View Article >
TABIS (The Tasmanian Acquired Brain Injury Service, a division of Li-Ve Tasmania) continue their Cyber Safety campaign this month with the launch of the easy read resource: 'A guide for staying safe online' and a FREE Stay Safe Online information session in Launceston on Friday 22nd March.View Article >