BIAT is proud to support National Brain Injury Awareness in 2016, with the focus on Young Stroke.Read this article >
The Brain Injury Association of Tasmania (BIAT) invites you to join us in a panel discussion on "The intersection between brain injury and family violence". This event features panel members: Award Winning Journalist - Ginger Gorman, SHE (Support, Help, Empowerment) CEO - Alina Thomas, Clinical Neuropsychologist - Janine Martin and Specialist Family Violence Prosecutor - Liz Avery. This event will be on the 3rd November, 2015, at 83 Melville Street, Hobart, from 6:00pm.Read this article >
Upcoming course - Facilitated by David Manchester is this 1 day introduction to motivational interviewing - on in Hobart, 9th July 2015. The course covers such things as why traditional approaches to motivating clients often fail and how to best give unwanted feedback.Read this article >
The Commonwealth and State governments (COAG) have given the go-ahead for funding “new and innovative specialist disability housing" in NDIS trial sites”Read this article >
The Brain Injury Association of Tasmania (BIAT) provides relevant and ongoing education and training for our members, disability service providers, people living with brain injury and their family/carers, and other people or services in the community who may work or come into contact with people living with or affected by brain injury.Read this article >
Courtesy of abc.net.au, BIAT wishes to share the "Breakthrough in stroke treatments could protect people from brain injury" article.Read this article >
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