The CyberABility Project

Alf Archer, Anna Holliday, Dr Kate Gould, Colin Brokenshire

Scams are crimes where people try to rip you off.

Cyberscams are those that happen on the internet, social media, email and phone calls and text messages.

Anyone can be scammed, but people with Acquired Brain Injury (ABI) may be more at risk.

In the CyberABIility Project, we are working to understand more about this and how to help people be safer online.

The CyberABIility team includes Dr Kate Gould (Neuropsychologist, Project Lead, Monash University), Professor Jennie Ponsford (Monash University), Colin Brokenshire and Alf Archer (Consumer Ambassadors) and Anna Holliday (Li-Ve Tasmania, Industry Partner).

Through funding from the Transport Accident Commission (TAC), we are creating an online cybersafety learning program developed together with and for people with ABI.

If you would like to know more about the project, stay up to date, or get involved, please register your interest using the form below.

You can also follow Dr Kate Gould on twitter: @THINKFULLY_
and follow our twitter hashtag #CyberAbility