Q&A with Retired Neuropsychologist Mark Lamont
In this Brain Injury Awareness Week 2020 Facebook LIVE video, retired neuropsychologist, Mark Lamont, answers questions and shares insights on supporting people impacted by brain injury to move forward.
Q&A Notes from Retired Neuropsychologist Mark Lamont
These notes accompany the Q&A video from Brain Injury Awareness Week 2020. Retired neuropsychologist Mark Lamont shares his insights into supporting people impacted by brain injury to move forward.
Brain Injury Assist
Brain Injury Assist is a practical guide to brain injury, helping to simplify the information presented to family members and carers of people who have brain injury.
The Value of Shared Experiences: A Peer Support Guide
This guide, developed by BIAT, provides new and existing brain injury peer support members with information to help them learn more about peer support programs as well as a step by step guide to setting up and running meetings and leading topics for discussion.
ABI: The Facts
This key resource is a good starting point for further information on acquired brain injury. A comprehensive overview and "practical guide to understanding and responding to Acquired Brain Injury and behaviours that challenge our understanding." Produced by Synapse.
A Guide for Staying Safe Online: Easy Read Version
An online safety resource designed for people living with a cognitive disability, and their families and carers, to assist them in navigating online challenges such as online grooming, sexting, cyberbullying and cybercrime. Produced by ThinkUKnow Australia.
Understanding and Living with Brain Injury: Information for Individuals
This BIAT fact sheet for people living with brain injury includes information about: How brain injury may affect you; what these affects may mean for you; and coping strategies and tips that may help you.
Understanding and Living with Brain Injury: Information for Family members and Carers
This BIAT fact sheet for family members 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; and coping strategies and tips that may help you to support the person who has a brain injury.
Our Site: A website by and for women and girls (15+) with disability
This website exists because women and girls with disability asked for it. Women with disability themselves have been actively involved in every stage of the development of the website.
Brain Injury: A Guide for Partners
This Headspace UK factsheet has been written for the partner of a brain injury survivor. It contains information on how brain injury can affect relationships and offers tips that might be helpful for some couples.
Parenting After Brain Injury
This Headspace UK booklet is designed to help those parents who have had a brain injury understand how their injury has affected them in their role as a parent. There are also practical strategies and advice to help deal with these changes, in particular rebuilding relationships with children.
Brisbane Airport Sunflower Lanyard for people with hidden disabilities
Brisbane Airport can provide you with a sunflower lanyard to wear through Brisbane Airport if you or someone you are travelling with has a hidden disability. Wearing the lanyard when you are at the airport is a way for you to indicate to staff that you may need a little extra help, guidance or time with the airport process.