October brain injury peer support group meetings

October 4, 2022

Peer Support

October's Brain Injury Peer Support Group meetings in Ulverstone, Launceston and Hobart are face to face!

Ulverstone

*Please note new time and location

Peer Support meeting details 

When:  Tuesday, 18 October

Time:    11 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.

Where: No 34 Aboriginal Health Service/Rural Health Tasmania Inc., 34 Alexandra Road, Ulverstone

RSVP: Please click the link to register your attendance for this meeting: https://zfrmz.com.au/pdZYTtmCGhSHANfgnleO

October theme 

The benefits of counselling in general and information specific to the Disability Royal Commission service offered by Relationships Australia. 

Launceston

*Please note new time and location

Peer Support meeting details 

When:  Monday, 17 October

Time:    11 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. 

Where: Head to Health, 93 Paterson Street, Launceston (on-site parking is available)

RSVP: Please click the link to register your attendance for this meeting: https://zfrmz.com.au/jPWWCKuTiXvAMbXqZXvD

October theme

An overview of Relationships Australia services, counselling in general and information specific to the Disability Royal Commission service. 

Speaker: Michael from Relationships Australia

Hobart

*Please note new location

Peer Support meeting details

When:  Wednesday, 26 October

Time: 11 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.

Where: Autism Tasmania, Level 2, 168 Collins Street, Hobart

Please noteParking: Centrepoint Carpark is a 60-metre walk; Toilets: fully accessible toilets are available at Centrepoint until Autism does additional work to theirs; Access: the accessible lift is directly inside the foyer

RSVP: Please click the link to register your attendance for this meeting: https://zfrmz.com.au/yfP837TmJmFYnPb4cnMR  

October theme

An overview of Relationships Australia services, counselling in general and information specific to the Disability Royal Commission service. 

Speaker: Michael from Relationships Australia

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