The term brain injury is used to describe any injury or damage to the brain that occurs after birth.
You can contact BIAT through our contact information, online form or social media.Contact BIAT →
The National Assistance Card - a personalised card to assist people with brain injury in the community.
Catch up with the latest news, events and updates from the Brain Injury Association of Tasmania.
A major role of BIAT is to promote community awareness and understanding of acquired brain injury, in terms of both prevention and the impact of ABI on the lives of individuals, families and the broader community.Learn more about BIAT →
Brain Awareness Week is taking place from March 13-17 and presents a great opportunity to learn more about brain health, and the brain diseases, disorders and injuries that affect so many Australians.Read more
Learn more about the upcoming brain injury peer support meetings in both Hobart and Ulverstone.Read more
Our February brain injury peer support meeting is coming up - read more for all the details including time and theme.Read more
Contact us - The Brain Injury Association of Tasmania (BIAT).
BIAT not only provides information for individuals, but also for family members, carers, service providers and the community in general, who are impacted by brain injury.Contact BIAT →
BIAT promotes brain injury prevention and safe behaviour through education programs and raises community awareness around brain injury.
Formerly known as the "Brain Injury Assistance Card", the Card has key information about a person, their disability related difficulties and ways they can be assisted.
BIAT offers Peer Support Groups for people impacted by brain injury, and their families and carers.
BIAT looks at issues that impact on the lives of people with brain injury and their families, and lobbies government to affect change.
Donating to the Brain Injury Association of Tasmania (BIAT) will assist BIAT to continue our work across areas such as increasing community awareness and advocating for supports for people living with, or impacted by, brain injury.