Brain Awareness Week 2023

March 2, 2023

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Brain Awareness Week is taking place from March 13-17 and presents a great opportunity to learn more about brain health, and the brain diseases, disorders and injuries that affect so many Australians.

The Brain Injury Association of Tasmania is supporting the Brain Foundation by sharing details and information about the upcoming week and its events.

The Brain Foundation will launch the week with a live expert webinar on Understanding Brain Health and Dementia Risk as the keynote event on Monday, 13 March.

Each day during Brain Awareness Week, the Brain Foundation will release and highlight different resources which will be sent via email to registered participants.

Here's a summary of what you can expect:

- LIVE WEBINAR: Understanding Brain Health and Dementia Risk

- Researcher videos about different brain conditions, including mild traumatic brain injury (concussion)

- Downloadable fact sheets

- Stories about people’s lived experience with disability and brain injury

- Resources

You can sign up and learn more on the Brain Foundation event page:

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