Scheduled events postponed - including Brain Injury Training and Peer Support Groups

March 16, 2020

The Brain Injury Association of Tasmania has postponed future scheduled events in line with Federal and State government requests to minimise the spread of the COVID-19 virus.

In line with Federal and State government requests to minimise the spread of the COVID-19 virus, the Brain Injury Association of Tasmania has postponed future scheduled events including Peer Support Group meetings and the upcoming Brain Injury Training. We also request that people wishing to talk to BIAT do so via phone or email.

Peer Support Groups - postponed until further notice

Ulverstone Peer Support Group 17 March - postponed

Future dates for Peer Support Groups will be advertised when they are available.

Brain Injury Training - postponed until further notice

Hobart Brain Injury Training 23 and 24 March - postponed

Launceston Brain Injury Training 25 March - postponed

People who have registered to attend any of the above sessions will be contacted by us via email.

Future dates for Brain Injury Training will be advertised when they are available.

Contacting BIAT? - please phone or email

As you may be aware, we lease office space from the ABC; they have requested that tenants minimise, where possible, visitors to the centre.  

We are therefore requesting people wishing to talk to BIAT do so via phone: 6230 9800 or email: enquiries@biat.org.au

We apologise for any inconvenience caused however we are sure that, given the current circumstances, you understand we need to take all necessary measures to ensure you and others, including our staff,  are protected from the COVID-19 virus.

Please contact us if you have any questions.

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