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Rotary Youth Driver Awareness (RYDA)

BIAT facilitates a brain injury session as a part of the RYDA education program.

BIAT and RYDA

The RYDA Road Safety program is coordinated locally by Rotary Tasmania and also includes sessions run by Tasmania Police and Road Trauma Support Tasmania.

In Tasmania the program is delivered to Year 10 students.

BIAT has been delivering the crash survivor session, called "After the Crash" since the inception of the RYDA program here in Tasmania over 10 years ago, and still attends for the 3 week duration.

The objective of the ‘After the Crash’ session is to get the students to consider the effects of sustaining a serious permanent injury, such as a brain injury or a spinal cord injury, from a road crash.

“RYDA is designed for 16-18 year old students who are approaching that crucial time in their lives where they start to drive independently or are travelling as passengers of novice drivers”.

VISIT THE RYDA WEBSITE FOR MORE INFORMATION

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