Presented by Karingal, Brain Injury Australia, the Australian
Injury & Disability Insurance Network, Barwon Health Acquired
Brain Injury Education Project and The City of Greater Geelong.
Brain Injury Awareness Week 2015 will focus on a neglected
minority of survivors of traumatic brain injury - women; who
account for only one-third of all Australians living with a brain
injury but for whom violence is a much more common cause of brain
injury than men. The national launch will feature a presentation by
2011 Victorian Young Australian of the Year Anj Barker, who
sustained a severe traumatic brain injury as a result of being
assaulted by an ex-boyfriend.
Please note this event is invite-only
View the webcast live 11am-1pm
For more information on various events being held in Geelong as
part of Brain Injury Awareness Week 2015, visit the official
Contact Kate Fowles email@example.com