Brisbane Airport Sunflower Lanyard for people with hidden disabilities

Brisbane Airport can provide you with a sunflower lanyard to wear through Brisbane Airport if you or someone you are travelling with has a hidden disability. Wearing the lanyard when you are at the airport is a way for you to indicate to staff that you may need a little extra help, guidance or time with the airport process.

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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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