Awareness Raising Video

February 7, 2015

"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.

BIAT is proud to share their latest awareness raising video. The video raises awareness around a consideration to acquired brain injury (ABI) that often occurs after it is too late. It also challenges the public misconception that it requires a significant event, such as a car crash, that leads to an ABI. You can play the video in the player below.

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. This video clip was developed to highlight that a brain injury can happen to anyone, at any time, anywhere.

BIAT thank Domin8 Designs for the work done in developing the video based on the requirements of the brief.

Return to News Page >

More News

Changes to Work Arrangements for BIAT Staff

An update from the Brain Injury Association of Tasmania in response to COVID-19, including our arrangement of staff during this time and how to contact us.

View Article >

Scheduled events postponed - including Brain Injury Training and Peer Support Groups

The Brain Injury Association of Tasmania has postponed future scheduled events in line with Federal and State government requests to minimise the spread of the COVID-19 virus. We also request that people wishing to talk to BIAT do so via phone or email.

View Article >

March 2020 - Brain Injury Peer Support Groups

This month - The Hobart meeting will be a Joint Brain Injury and Stroke Peer Support Group. The Hobart and Launceston Groups have a guest speaker - Mark Lamont (retired clinical neuropsychologist). Mark has offered to come along and share with the group his insights into supporting people to move forward and also how neuroplasticity can support people in their recovery.

View Article >