Raising profile of acquired brain injuries

FOUR years ago, Tim Archer couldn’t remember anything that happened more than a second ago.

He couldn’t remember his internet passwords, he couldn’t remember a lot of his friends – yet looking at Mr Archer most people would have thought he was like any other man.

The Launceston 29-year-old has an acquired brain injury, which he was diagnosed with after surgery for epilepsy.

In two weeks, he along with many others across the nation will celebrate Acquired Brain Injury Awareness Week.

Read the full story in The Examiner (Tasmania).