Caring for Carers Workshop

October 5, 2021

This free Mental Health Week 2021 event focuses on the mental health of people caring for someone with brain injury. Details: Tuesday 12th October, Bellervie Yacht Club. RSVP essential.

We are thrilled to announce that the Brain Injury Association of Tasmania (BIAT) has secured funding from the Mental Health Council of Tasmania as part of Mental Health Week, running from 9-16 October this year.

The Brain Injury Association of Tasmania is proud to be hosting its Caring For Carers Workshop for people living with brain injury, their carers, friends and family.

This is a free event, with lunch and refreshments included.

The Caring For Carers Workshop is as it sounds – focusing on the mental health of people caring for someone with brain injury.

Be quick to register, as spots are limited!

This event will feature guest speakers Peter Colhoun, carer of wife Teresa who lives with brain injury, mental health organisation SPEAK UP! Stay ChaTY, and Care2Serve, provider of the National Carer Gateway support services.

Details

Date: Tuesday, 12 October.

Where: Bellerive Yacht Club - 64 Cambridge Rd, Bellerive.

Time: 12pm-2pm.  

Who will be presenting

  • Care2Serve: 12:00-12:20pm, 10 min Q and A.
  • Speak Up Stay Chatty: 12:30-12:50pm.
  • Lunch: 1-1:30pm (provided).
  • Peter Colhoun: 1:30pm-1:50pm, 10 min Q and A.

Register

If you wish to attend BIAT’s Caring For Carers Workshop, please fill out the following form: https://bit.ly/3i80X8c

Please note that this event is capped at four people per group.

We will contact you once you have registered with further details and a reminder prior to the event.

More information

Should you have any questions regarding the event, please contact Mark: mark@biat.org.au

You can download the flyer here.

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