New Online BIAT 2021 Membership Form

February 4, 2021

The Brain Injury Association of Tasmania invite you to join, or continue with, BIAT as a member in 2021 - using our new online application form!

Membership funds assist BIAT to continue to be a voice for brain injury in Tasmania:

  • increasing community awareness and understanding of brain injury, and
  • advocating for appropriate services and supports for people living with or impacted by brain injury.

You can now submit your membership application online, with payment options including credit card, as well as electronic funds transfer/cheque etc.

BIAT values its members and appreciates their support. Membership benefits include receiving regular newsletters, as well as priority invitation to relevant BIAT events, including the launch of Brain Injury Awareness Week each year and the BIAT Annual General Meeting.

Being a member of BIAT keeps you up to date with information and decisions that may affect your day-to-day life or work. Membership updates include policy changes, service developments and information about the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS). You will also be kept informed about what is happening in the world of brain injury, such as new research, coping strategies for people with brain injury and/or their families and carers, and relevant Tasmanian and Australian services and events.

Online BIAT 2021 Membership Form
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