Following the Talking Point article by BIAT Executive Officer Deborah Byrne, news.com.au author Ginger Gorman picks up on the topic of brain injury and domestic violence, and spoke to Deborah about the injury that is often overlooked.
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.
This month - The Hobart meeting will be a Joint Brain Injury and Stroke Peer Support Group. The Hobart and Launceston Groups have a guest speaker - Mark Lamont (retired clinical neuropsychologist). Mark has offered to come along and share with the group his insights into supporting people to move forward and also how neuroplasticity can support people in their recovery.View Article >
This training is for anyone working with people living with brain injury. It is a 'not to be missed' opportunity to further develop skills and knowledge in supporting people impacted by brain injury. Sessions are available in Hobart, Launceston and Devonport - March 2020.View Article >
The Brain Injury Association of Tasmania Office will be closed on Monday 10th of February 2020 for the Hobart Regatta Day Public Holiday.View Article >