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Currently, more than 3.1 million children and adults in the U.S. live with a lifelong disability as a result of TBI and 6.4 million have a disability due to stroke. (CDC, 2010) Each year, 2 million people in the U.S. acquire a brain injury from an external blow to the head or an internal event, such as a heart attack, stroke or tumor. The injury can temporarily or permanently disrupt brain function—changing who we are and how we think, act, feel and ultimately survive and live.

More than 150,000 people in Indiana live with a lifelong disability as a result of brain injury. With more than 6,100 Hoosiers sustaining brain injuries of varying degrees each year.

Brain injury knows no age, racial, educational or socioeconomic boundaries and can result from a wide variety of causes, including sports, physical abuse, motor vehicle crashes, falls, strokes among others

Our Mission

The Brain Injury Association of Indiana is a nonprofit 501 c (3) service organization dedicated to reducing the incidence and impact of brain injury through education, advocacy, support, prevention and by facilitating inter-agency commitment and collaboration.

How To Reach Us

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Brain Injury Association of Indiana 
9531 Valparaiso Court, Suite A
Indianapolis, Indiana 46268
P: (317) 356-7722 F: (317) 802-1768
E-Mail:  Click here
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If you need help in finding brain injury information or resources in Indiana
contact our toll free Family Help Line: 866-854-4246

News and Special Events:

BIAI’s Fall Education Conference Is Coming!
It Takes a Village: Bringing Structure
to an Unstructured World


October 5-7, 2011

BIAI’s Fall Education Conference, “It Takes a Village: Bringing Structure to an Unstructured World,” will be held October 6-7, 2011, at the Valle Vista Conference Center in Greenwood, IN, just south of Indianapolis.

We are excited to have Ruben Echemendia, Ph.D, as our keynote speaker. On Wednesday, October 5, two informative Pre-Conference sessions will be offered – Concussion Certification for physicians and physician assistants; and The Brain Injury Coping Skills (BICS) Group Workshop.

Check out our Speaker BiosSession Descriptions and program at a glance. Register now! There will also be an Invitational Reception for practitioners, a Silent Auction featuring items from around the state, and an Art Exhibit of work created by members of the Brain Injury community.

For more information, call (317)356-7722 or email us at 

Download registration form now. 

We look forward to seeing you in October!

2nd Annual BIAI Golf Outing: October 5, 2011

Click here for Golf Outing Flyer (pdf)

Annual Art Exhibit for People Touched by Brain Injury.

Click here for flyer    

NEW--Study on “Potential Economic Impact of Resource Facilitation for Post-Traumatic Brain Injury Workforce Re-Assimilation” from Ball State University Center for Business and Economic Research Click here for full study 

House passes Senate Bill 24 unanimously to establish the Indiana Brian Injury Commission to conduct a 2 year study to report on the following: The prevalence and scope of brain injuries in Indiana… Click here for summary

BIAI Welcomes New Executive Director…Anna Garrett has been appointed as the new Executive Director for BIAI. Anna brings with her a wealth of non-profit and education experience to the organization.

Keep up-to-date with the Brain Injury Association of Indiana

Visit our News & Events page for the latest updates and details!

Jody's Story

This video overviews causes and outcomes from a traumatic brain injury, and tells "Jody's Story" through her struggles and achievements as a brain injury survivor. Jody serves as a active member of the Board of Directors for the Brain Injury Association of Indiana (BIAI). (Watch the video

Our Newsletter!



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Past Issues:

June 2010
November 2009 
October 2009
September 2009
June 19 2009
February 20 2009

TBI Education Training Modules

  • Traumatic Brain Injury - A training Program for School Personnel in Indiana (large Presentation)
  • Module I: Brain Injury Association of Indiana -Traumatic Brain Injury: A Training Program for School Personnel in Indiana PRE-TEST
  • Module I: Brain Injury Association of Indiana -Traumatic Brain Injury: A Training Program for School Personnel in Indiana PRE-TEST ANSWERS
  • Module II: Understanding TBI
  • Module III: Educational Definitions of TBI
  • Module IV: Returning to School
  • Module V: Planning to Meet the Needs of Students with TBI
  • Module VI: Providing Positive Behavioral Intervention and Support
  • Module VII: Supporting Students with Mild Brain Injury
  • Module VII: Brain Injury Association of Indiana - Traumatic Brain Injury: A Training Program for School Personnel in Indiana POST-TEST ANSWERS
  • References and Resources 

Resource Directory

2009-2010 BIAI Statewide Resource Directory is available on-line. Click here to download the PDF version (a very large file)

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