2011 BIAT Membership
Interested in becoming a member of BIAT? Benefits include keeping up to date with new, information and government decisions that affect your day to day life, as well as receiving our quarterly e-bulletin.
The Brain Injury Association of Tasmania has 3 types of membership:- Full, Associate and Honorary membership.
There are 2 categories of Full membership:
Category A - a person with an acquired brain injury and
Category B - a person that is the partner, family member or primary carer of a person who has an acquired brain injury.
There are 2 categories of Associate membership:
Category C - Organisational and;
Category D - Individual.
There is one category of Honorary membership:
Category E: - Honorary Life.
Benefits of membership
Membership keeps you up to date. As a member of the BIAT you will regularly be kept informed about government decisions that may affect your day-to-day life and/or your work. These may include policy changes, service development and research findings about ABI.
Other benefits of membership include:
Impact through collaboration
• Work together with other members to have input into policy, Government processes, forums, committees, and working groups
• Participate in BIAT projects and activities
Access to support and services
• Member discounts on training/workshops
• Free resources including 4 copies of SYNAPSE (The Official Journal of the Brain Injury Associations of Australia)
• Receive Regular E-Bulletins on news and events happening across Tasmania
• Quarterly informative newsletters
Have a say in driving our sector
• Have a say in what BIAT does and how it is run
• All members are eligible to join the Committee of Management
• Be part of an organisation that works for people with ABI in Tasmania
How to become a member
Download a 2013 Membership Form fill it in, sign and return it together with your payment to