About the HU2BI program
Heads Up 2 Brain Injury (HU2BI) is a program for schools that is targeted at senior high and secondary school students.
Please note: the HU2BI program is currently on hold for 2020 - to receive updates on when the program will resume please complete the Expression of Interest Form below.
Young people are one of the age groups at increased risk of sustaining a brain injury. The goal of HU2BI is to influence the attitudes and behaviours of young people, in order to reduce their chances of sustaining a brain injury.
Each HU2BI session provides high school and secondary school students with the opportunity to learn about: how the brain works, and the causes, consequences, prevalence and permanency of acquired brain injury (ABI).
"I think that everybody has changed a bit from what Dominic and Alf have said.” - Year 8 Student
What makes the HU2BI program special?
This program offers students the opportunity to see first-hand the effects brain injury can have on individuals, families, friends and the community.
HU2BI raises awareness of the potential outcomes of high-risk behaviour (such as binge drinking, assaults, drink driving, etc) and provides program participants with the knowledge to make informed choices when faced with decisions that could have a potentially negative impact on their life.