Eva’s Videos

Full Interview with the Disability Advocacy Resource Unit

Eva Sifis was interviewed in 2023 by the Disability Advocacy Resource Unit. Watch the full interview here.

What is an Acquired Brain Injury?

Part of Eva’s interview with the Disability Advocacy Resource Unit.

Inclusion for People with Acquired Brain Injury

Part of Eva’s interview with the Disability Advocacy Resource Unit.

Becoming More Than You Were Before, Eva’s Story

Eva’s interview with the Transport Accident Commission in Victoria.

8th National Brain Injury Conference

The 2022 Brain Injury Australia conference ran for three days at the end of June in Sydney. Finally on national stage, I was honoured to speak alongside other peers on the topic ‘What Works’ in recovery.

My 15 min presentation, ‘From the accident to By Accident™’, covered specific character traits assisting in my astounding 23 year recovery from severe brain injury and morphed into promotion for By Accident of course.

Please excuse the lighting. I will make a different, more accessible version soon however until then… enjoy

Your Story -Getting on the Record

I spoke in an online video seminar about how Victorians can get their own disability story heard, so we can work towards a safer and more inclusive society.

It was great to speak with representatives from Your Story Disability Legal Support, Relationships Australia Victoria and Leadership Plus.

Epworth Hospital Talk

When I was injured in 1999, the Epworth Hospital cared for me after I came out of my coma. It was here I said my first words and learnt to take my first steps in my new life.

At Brain Injury Awareness Week in September 2015, I spoke to a room of patients (both current and past), therapists, employees of the hospital and members of the public.

Here I am sharing my story.

Embryonic Zombie Butterfly

Explorations season at La Mama Theatre in Carlton is a chance for artists to showcase their work on stage. This iteration of Embryonic Zombie Butterfly had been developed over 2013-2014 with the director Xanthe Beesley.

My participation in the Pathways program at Arts Access Victoria with Fiona Cook enabled a return to stage with my own story after 15 years.

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“Your story of surviving a horrific accident and then coping through a diagnosis of cancer, struck a chord with many of our members present that day. Your presentation was wonderful Eva; the measure of comedy, pathos, and heartfelt anguish definitely… Read more “”

Nacelle Maloney
Albury-Wodonga Stroke Recovery Club

Eva is an engaging and knowledgeable presenter. Apart from sharing her own trials, successes and insights post ABI, she involves and responds warmly to her audience and their own unique lived experiences. We received lots of positive responses after her… Read more “”

Chris Oriel