Free Workshops on CyberABIlity

May 28, 2019

Learn more about Cyber Scams After ABI

SAVE THE DATE!

TABIS (Tasmanian Acquired Brain Injury Service), Li-Ve Tasmania and Monash University invite you to come and learn how to protect and treat your clients with Acquired Brain Injury affected by cyber scams.

Presented by industry leading researchers, clinicians and people with lived experience of brain injury and cyber scams, this is an opportunity not to miss!

  • Melbourne: Thursday 13th June 9:30-11:30am
  • Hobart: Tuesday 18th June 9:30-11:30am
  • Launceston: Wednesday 19th June 9:30-11:30am

Register your interest here.

This is part of a research project with more details to follow soon.  

Contact Dr Kate Gould (kate.gould@monash.edu) or Anna Holliday (AHolliday@livetasmania.org) for further information.

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