Archived news items from the Brain Injury Association of Tasmania.

Monday, August 15, 2016

BIA Week 2016

BIAT is proud to support National Brain Injury Awareness in 2016, with the focus on Young Stroke.

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Wednesday, October 14, 2015

Discussion Panel 2015

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.

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Tuesday, May 5, 2015

How To Really Motivate Clients

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.

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Sunday, April 26, 2015

Minister Announces NDIS Housing

The Commonwealth and State governments (COAG) have given the go-ahead for funding “new and innovative specialist disability housing" in NDIS trial sites”

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Thursday, April 16, 2015

Synapse Training

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.

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Monday, March 2, 2015

ABC Article

Courtesy of, BIAT wishes to share the "Breakthrough in stroke treatments could protect people from brain injury" article.

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Saturday, February 7, 2015

Awareness Raising Video

"Anyone, Anytime, Anywhere" - BIAT has a key role in raising community awareness of acquired brain injury from both a prevention perspective and increasing people's understanding of the impact a brain injury can have on a person's life.

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