1. BIAT TV Advertisements (2009) - "Brain Injury Changes Lives... Forever"


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    A series of three advertisement that aired on televisions around Tasmania highlighting the prevalence and permanency of acquired brain injury.

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      The story of how Robbie's life has improved by the 'Self Direction' of his disability funding. This is part of a 'Self Direction' series used by 'Bespoke Lifestyles'…

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      • what are you trying to do final 29 sept


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        Robert is a 67 year old who has lived a full life regardless of his cerebral palsy. He has done this by way of a loving childhood home, a social network and a full appreciation of support provided…

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        • DM Presentation 072014


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          SELF DIRECTION - THE OPPORTUNITY FOR A BETTER LIFE. Presenter: Dianne Mandeville, Bespoke Lifestyles

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          • NDIA chair Bruce Bonyhady at National Press Club/Rashida Yosufzai


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            The chairman of the National Disability Insurance Scheme agency foreshadows some changes to the NDIS at the National Press Club, Canberra, July 9 2014. Question by AAP reporter Rashida Yosufzai

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            • National Press Club Q&A - Graeme Innes


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              Outgoing disability discrimination commissioner Graeme Innes explains why he thinks it's ironic the government was scrapping his role but at the same time appointing a commissioner for threatened…

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              • 2014 04 - Discussing the NDIS with Senator Sue Boyce


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                Our guest speaker, Senator Sue Boyce, Senator for Queensland, who brings us the latest news on the NDIS and what it will mean for Queenslanders with disability.

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