August brain injury peer support group meetings

August 4, 2022

Peer Support

August Brain Injury Peer Support Group meetings in Ulverstone, Launceston and Hobart are happening!

See details below.

Please note: Anyone around the state can also join the Hobart session via Zoom but the CYBERABILITY information will be brought to Launceston and Ulverstone face to face too.

You can let us know if you would like to join online or face to face by clicking the link for your location:


Ulverstone

*Please note new time and location

Peer Support Meeting Details 

When:   Postponed - new date to be confirmed.

Time:    11 a.m.–12:30 p.m.

Where: No 34 Aboriginal Health Service/Rural Health Tasmania Inc – 34 Alexandra Road, Ulverstone

RSVP: Please click the link to register your attendance: https://zfrmz.com.au/pdZYTtmCGhSHANfgnleO

August theme 

This month we are lucky to be able to offer the opportunity to hear about how to stay safe online.

Did you know that $850 million was lost to scammers last year in Australia? Or that people with brain injury may be more vulnerable to online scams?

The CYBERABILITY team has created an exciting new online training program which you are invited to learn about.

Developed with and for people living with brain injury, these resources help people navigate life online and stay safe from scams.

Launceston

*Please note new time and location

Peer Support Meeting Details 

When:   Postponed - new date to be confirmed.

Time:    11 a.m.–12:30 p.m. 

Where: Head to Health - 93 Paterson Street, Launceston

RSVP: Please click the link to register your attendance: https://zfrmz.com.au/jPWWCKuTiXvAMbXqZXvD

August theme

This month we are lucky to be able to offer the opportunity to hear about how to stay safe online.

Did you know that $850 million was lost to scammers last year in Australia? Or that people with brain injury may be more vulnerable to online scams?

The CYBERABILITY team has created an exciting new online training program which you are invited to learn about.

Developed with and for people living with brain injury, these resources help people navigate life online and stay safe from scams.

Hobart

*Please note new time and location

Peer Support Meeting Details

When: Wednesday, 17 August 2022

Time: 11 a.m.–12:30 p.m.

Where: Bah'ai Centre, Jarrah Room, 1 Tasman Highway, Hobart (behind the ABC Centre; onsite parking is available)

RSVP: Please click the link to register your attendance for this meeting: https://zfrmz.com.au/yfP837TmJmFYnPb4cnMR

August theme

This month we are lucky to be able to offer the opportunity to hear about how to stay safe online.

Did you know that $850 million was lost to scammers last year in Australia? Or that people with brain injury may be more vulnerable to online scams?

The CYBERABILITY team has created an exciting new online training program which you are invited to learn about.

Developed with and for people living with brain injury, these resources help people navigate life online and stay safe from scams.

Guest speakers: CYBERABILITY team

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