Help BIAA Do More for Brain Injury
With your help, we can create a better future through research, education, and advocacy on a national scale.
BIAA gratefully acknowledges the estate of Mark W. Davis for strengthening all of the Association’s programs and services.
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Imagine not knowing the difference between a hairbrush, a toothbrush, or a paintbrush. Or forgetting which goes on first: your shoes or your socks? A brain injury can change the way a person moves, talks, thinks, and acts. It can lead to physical, communicative, cognitive, and behavioral impairments – some of which are lifelong.
You can make a difference to caregivers like Bridgette, survivors like Michael, and the entire brain injury community by making a personal financial commitment to the Brain Injury Association of America (BIAA).
Advancements in brain injury services and supports cannot wait. BIAA must expand services to reach more people, in more places, and in more ways. Find out how you can help personally, engage your workplace, or raise awareness of brain injury in your community. If you have questions, please email us.
March is Brain Injury Awareness Month
The Brain Injury Association of America is amplifying the voices of the brain injury community with our #MoreThanMyBrainInjury campaign throughout March. Stay informed of events, opportunities, and resources by signing up for our email list below.
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