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Read and connect with Brain Injury Survivors from every corner of Maine!

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Jan 4

January 2019 Lee Glynn

In the early morning hours of October 29, 2017, my life changed forever. It was going to be a busy Sunday. I...

Dec 10

December 2018 Seth Vincent

I was 19 when I first uttered the words, “I have cancer.”I was fresh out of high school and just back from...

Sep 17

September 2018 Tina Callahan

Tina & Tom Callahan On Friday, September 13, 2002, Tina suffered a major stroke. It was a totally unexpected event, as she...

Aug 16

August 2018 Justin Barnes

Last night my stepson informed me that when he and my wife had been shopping a couple days prior, he’d picked up...

Jul 27

July 2018 Gary Wolcott

In 1983, Gary's father Bernard began to experience dizziness and poor balance. After three months of investigations into inner ear issues with no improvement, ...

Jun 20

June 2018 Deb Hanmer

  During the summer of 1997, my life changed forever. I had been living with severe headaches for several years. They would...

May 18

May 2018 Eliza Edmunds

In 2005, Eliza Edmunds at 13 was a normal seventh-grader playing soccer, riding horses in the county fair, playing guitar, and of course beginning to...

Apr 11

April 2018 David Lamont

It is me today, yesterday I was you, tomorrow you could be me. A Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) can happen that quickly. ...

Mar 15

March 2018 Greg Fraser

My father, Arthur Fraser, struggled with aphasia for two years before he passed away at the age of 90. For him, it was an almost...

Feb 26

February 2018 Ralph Poland

  Ever since my strokes, I have been trying to find the right words to offer insight for Loved ones, Caregivers and...

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Since my son had a brain injury, I've worried about him every day. Will he get the support and help he needs to succeed in school? Will he go to college and have a rewarding career? Will he be able to live a long and happy life?

The Brain Injury Association of America (BIAA) has helped people like me and my son for decades, and I want the organization to be here for other families for decades to come. Your donation will help ensure that BIAA has the resources necessary to continue as the voice of brain injury, fighting on behalf of every member of the brain injury community.

- Molly Owens, mother of 10-year-old Daniel