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The Brain Injury Association of Tasmania is a non-government, state-wide, not-for-profit organisation that has a range of members. BIAT receives re-current funding from the Motor Accident Insurance Board's Injury and Prevention Foundation Charities Committee, and the Department of Health and Human Services (Disability Services).
Cykel Architecture is a Tasmanian architectural firm that offers a unique design experience to every project. Cykel has expertise and an interest in architectural design for people with dementia and acquired brain injuries, and is proud to support HOPES Inc in progressing the realisation of their Future Housing Project.
David Pyefinch is a film maker and creative thinker who can rapidly translate ideas and then create compelling media for multiple platforms. David has worked with HOPES Inc in developing their video about their first community at Laetare Court.
Dementia Tas delivers training and information sessions through out the year, as well as cost effective in-house training.
Domin8 Designs is a design studio based in Hobart, Tasmania that specialise in enabling not for profit organisations, small business, sports clubs and individuals to develop a professional, tailored online presence. We wish to thank Domin8 Designs for their ongoing work and support of HOPES Inc.
Li-Ve Tasmania is a leader in the Tasmanian disability services sector, enriching the lives of people living with a disability, and offering support and assistance to their families.
The Young People In Nursing Homes National Alliance is Australia's first peak body for young Australians with disability and high and complex support needs.