HU2BI On the News

July 4, 2015

The ‘revamped’ HU2BI program, run by the Brain Injury Association of Tasmania, was launched in May 2015 – with thanks to the students at New Town High School. WIN News attended the launch, and the segment below was aired to viewers around Hobart.

HU2BI features on WIN News

The ‘revamped’ HU2BI program, run by the Brain Injury Association of Tasmania, was launched in May 2015 – with thanks to the students at New Town High School.WIN News attended the launch, and the segment below was aired to viewers around Hobart.

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