BINSA is now recognised and funded as the peak body in South Australia for people with an acquired brain injury (ABI), and those who care for them. It engages with people with an ABI and their families, service providers, ABI specialists, and people and agencies that are interested in the impact of ABI in South Australia.
We caught up with Nick and BIAT EO, Deborah, ahead of Brain Injury Awareness Week in 2018. This video recaps Nick's story as well as sharing what BIAT life membership means to him.
As a part of Brain Injury Awareness Week in 2018, the Brain Injury Association of Tasmania hosted a panel discussion titled "Parenting after brain injury - implications for child safety and family violence services"
This information sheet produced by the Brain Injury Association of Tasmania for family members, friends and carers of people living with brain injury, includes information about:
*How brain injury can affect people,
*What these affects may mean for people with brain injury,
*Coping strategies and tips that may help you to support the person who has a brain injury.