Nutrition for Brain Health: Online Brain Injury Peer Support

June 3, 2020

BIAT Invites you to the June Brain Injury Peer Support Group meeting.

The group is for people with brain injury, their families and carers to come together to share, learn and connect with others. New Members Welcome!

June Topic: NUTRITION FOR BRAIN HEALTH with Guest Speaker Rebecca Templar from Ulverstone Nutritional Health

Rebecca Templar is a nutritionist operating in the north west of Tasmania.  She has an Advanced Diploma in Nutritional Medicine and is an accredited practitioner with the Complementary Medicine Association.

Rebecca and has passion for food and would like to help others achieve their own health goals by providing quality nutritional care, and educating  and encouraging clients to make positive changes to they can achieve good health and wellbeing.

INTERESTED IN ATTENDING?
Please contact Robyn McWaldron via:
email: robyn@biat.org.au
phone: 0460 812 428

Robyn will then send you the Zoom login details for the online meeting.

NEED HELP WITH ONLINE MEETINGS?
Watch our online videos that help you to:
*Learn how to download the Zoom App
*Learn how to join a Zoom meeting
*Understand more about online meetings

Click the link to access the videos: https://www.biat.org.au/news/brain-injury-peer-support-online

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