August 3, 2015
Following the Talking Point article by BIAT Executive Officer Deborah Byrne, news.com.au writer Ginger Gorman picks up on the topic of brain injury and domestic violence, and spoke to Deborah about the injury that is often overlooked. “For many people if you can’t see it, then it doesn’t exist. Because of that lack of public awareness, then it’s just that unknown quantity of how many victims of domestic violence victims actually acquire a brain injury,” Deborah says.For the full article, click the button below.
The Brain Injury Association of Tasmania (BIAT) invites people living with brain injury, their families and carers, to attend Brain Injury Peer Support Groups in Hobart, Launceston and Ulverstone.View Article >
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.View Article >
Footballer Jaye Bowden’s memory loss and hospitalisation due to an alleged “hit behind the play” over the weekend raises several issues regarding the response to brain injuries in local-level sports.View Article >