The Brain Injury Association of Tasmania is pleased to share a small insight into the Peer Support Coffee Catchups Program through a new feature video - premiered at the launch event and available to watch by scrolling down to the player below.
Hear from Brain Injury Peer Support Program Manager Sienna Tilley, as well as program members Paul and Michael, who share their story of becoming involved in the Coffee Catchups as well as the benefits each experience.
"A lot of our members had said that they would like an opportunity that's a little less formal than our regular meetings to catch up with the people that they might not always get to see," Sienna says.
"The feedback from our members has been that they really enjoy that opportunity and I've heard some really great stories of people developing friendships and have been able to catch up with people outside of our program as well."
We thank Paul and Michael and all the Peer Support Coffee Catchup members for their involvement in the video.
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