Retreat for carers of people with brain injury

August 16, 2022

BIA Week

Are you a carer and interested in joining a retreat? Complete our expression of interest form to find out more.

Becoming a carer for a person with a brain injury often happens suddenly and leads to significant changes in the carer’s life, as well as the person with the brain injury.

There are more than 80,000 Tasmanians who provide unpaid support to a family member or friend.  

As part of Brain Injury Awareness Week 2022, we want to acknowledge the role of carers in supporting people with brain injury and the supports that are available to carers.

Support is available to all carers through the Carer Gateway.  

Care2Serve are the Tasmanian provider of Carer Gateway services and are working together with BIAT to organise a retreat for carers of people with brain injury.

If you are a carer and are interested in joining this retreat, please complete the expression of interest in the link below:

You can find out more about the services available from Care2Serve by clicking on this link:


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