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Welcome to the Brain Injury Association of Ohio

The Brain Injury Association of Ohio (BIAOH) is a statewide advocacy and education organization incorporated in 1982 to improve services and supports to Ohioans with brain injury and their families, to promote prevention and to advocate for advances in research, legislation and program development. BIAOH is comprised of survivors, family members, friends and professionals working together to promote better understanding, rehabilitation opportunities and lifelong community supports to assist an individual in living as fully and independently as possible and to work for prevention of brain injuries throughout the population.


Latest News

Nov 1

2017 Brain Injury Summit Pictures, Info

The 2017 Ohio Concussion Summit, "What You Don't Know Can Hurt You!" was a resounding success. Thank you to our partner, The Ohio Health Rehabilitation ...

May 1

BIAOH Remembers Paul Whitaker

BIAOH fondly remembers Paul Whitaker, a longtime member of our family of survivors. As a teenager, Paul found his calling as a volunteer firefighter. He ...

Jan 9

MyCare Ohio

What is MyCare Ohio? MyCare Ohio is a demonstration project that integrates Medicare and Medicaid services into one...

Oct 31

Recap of the Survivor Ice Cream Social

The Brain Injury Association of Ohio's Inaugural Survivor Ice Cream Social was a success! We had a lot of fun networking and reconnecting with survivors ...


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Advocacy & Awareness

Advocacy & Awareness

A central purpose of the Brain Injury Association of Ohio is to prevent brain injury and advocate for the unmet needs and concerns of individuals and families impacted by brain injury-related disabilities and challenges.



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Resources and Support

Resources and Support

The latest brain injury information, resources, and support available to people with brain injury, family members, and medical clinicians in the state of Ohio.