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Join BIAA's brain injury community! Share your story with us, stay up-to-date on the latest news, and know you that you are not alone in brain injury.
Get involved with the brain injury community!
If you or someone you love has been impacted by brain injury, you are not alone. Finding community can help with healing. Access the resources below to get started.
1 in 60
Americans living with a permanent brain injury-related disability
Cost of brain injuries in the U.S. (according to the CDC)
Traumatic Brain Injuries (TBIs) occur in the U.S. each year
Acquired Brain Injuries (ABIs) occur in the U.S. each year
Every 4 Minutes
An American dies from stroke
TBI-related hospitalizations in the U.S. each day
Caregiver Information Center
Review resources for family members and caregivers navigating their loved one’s brain injury and recovery.
Read stories from members of the brain injury community or submit your own.
Butch Alterman Memorial Webinars
Attend live or watch the recordings of free webinars focused on individuals living with brain injury. BIAA thanks the Butch Alterman Memorial Fund, which supported the creation of this series.
Visit our COVID-19 information center to access resources and learn about how the COVID-19 pandemic poses unique challenges for the brain injury community.
Brain Injury Champions
Read profiles of outspoken advocates for the brain injury community.
Do your part to help reduce stigma of brain injury and increase access to care by downloading posters, flyers, PSAs, videos, and more in our public awareness section.
Review our Preferred Attorneys list to find legal representation that has proven knowledge of the physical, cognitive, emotional, and financial tolls a brain injury can inflict.
Find a guest speaker in the Mary Lou Sullivan Memorial Directory of Speakers on Brain Injury. All presenters are brain injury survivors, caregivers, or brain injury professionals.
Seek out the support you need through our virtual support group listing, because, whether you are an individual living with a brain injury or a caregiver, it helps to know that you are not alone.
Stay connected with the brain injury community!
The Brain Injury Association of America has many educational opportunities, events, and resources that are shared throughout the year. Be sure to stay in the know by joining our mailing list.