Brain Injury Assist: Coping with Grief and Loss

Grieving is a normal reaction to loss, and one of the many invisible consequences of brain injury. In this video a family member and clinical neuropsychologist discuss the impact of grief and loss, and possible coping strategies. BIAT produced this video in partnership with BrainLink Services Limited as part of the Brain Injury Assist project.

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Q&A Notes from Retired Neuropsychologist Mark Lamont

These notes accompany the Q&A video from Brain Injury Awareness Week 2020. Retired neuropsychologist Mark Lamont shares his insights into supporting people impacted by brain injury to move forward.

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Q&A with Retired Neuropsychologist Mark Lamont

In this Brain Injury Awareness Week 2020 Facebook LIVE video, retired neuropsychologist, Mark Lamont, answers questions and shares insights on supporting people impacted by brain injury to move forward.

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Tasmanian Launch of Brain Injury Awareness Week 2020

Join the Brain Injury Association of Tasmania (BIAT) to celebrate the launch of Brain Injury Awareness Week 2020 in Tasmania.

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