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Blake Hyland

A Rising Star

Following fourteen year old Blake's TBI in a gymnastics accident, the Hyland family learns a new way of life.

Dr. Shelly Levy
Shelly Levy

Brain Injury Advocate Leaves Lasting Legacy

Dr. Shelly Levy will be remembered for her dedication to the brain injury community.

A Lasting Legacy - Story by Mark W. Davis
Mark W. Davis

A Lasting Legacy

“Mark was extremely grateful to BIAA,” shared Curtis. “Helping others was really important to him, which is something he directly experienced after his injury.”

Izy Engel, Hayley Tovey, and Regan Tarasewicz posing during their college graduation wearing caps and gowns
Izy Engel, Hayley Tovey, and Regan Tarasewicz

Young Inventors Inspire with Generosity and Innovation

Concussions are treatable with rehabilitation and can affect more than your brain. Getting the right treatment is critical.

BIAA Champion Cathy Grochowski playing guitar and holding a microphone.
Cathy Grochowski

Survivor Turned Advocate Pays It Forward

Through her journey with brain injury, Cathy Grochowski learned an important lesson: be your own best advocate.

Father Inspires Son to Give Generously - Story by Steven Roberts, Ph.D.
Steven Roberts, Ph.D.

Father Inspires Son to Give Generously

"It is critically important for us to advance awareness, research, treatment, and education of such injuries, and to improve the lives of every single human being who is or who will be affected by them."

BIAA Champion Lance Trexler pictured with wife Laura Trexler with mountains and trees in the background
Lance and Laura Trexler

Professionals Support Brain Injury Research

Lance and Laura Trexler have spent decades together serving the brain injury community.

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Ira Sherman

Washington, D.C. Attorneys Support Brain Injury Research

Ira Sherman is no stranger to recognizing a need and doing something about it.

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Steve Gursten

Legal Expertise With Survivors In Mind

Steve strongly believes that lawyers who represent victims of traumatic brain injury have a special obligation.