Sue Hodgson

A highly respected advocate, Sue has over 30 years experience living and working with people with acquired brain injury.  

She is a past chair of the Tasmanian Minister’s Disability Advisory Committee and co-founder of Headway Tasmania, an information and advocacy service for people living with Acquired Brain Injury. 

Sue has a lifelong interest in inclusive community living for people with disability and was the driving force behind HOPES Incorporated (Housing Options Providing Extra Support), an accommodation service that uses a co-operative living concept to provide housing for people living with acquired brain injury and other neurological disabilities to maximise their independence in a safe environment.