While the symptoms of a brain injury in children are similar to those experienced by adults, the functional impact can be very different. Children are not little adults; the brain of a child is still developing. The cognitive impairments of children with brain injury may not be immediately obvious after the injury, but may become apparent as the child gets older. These implications can create lifetime challenges for living and learning for children, their families, schools, and communities. In this section, you will find various resources for dealing with the most common implications of brain injury in children.

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Brain Injury Association of Missouri is excited to participate in Give STL Day on May 9, 2024. Your Give STL Day donation will have a big impact for survivors of brain injury and their families. They will know help is available, hope is essential, and healing is
Bowling for Brain Injury is an opportunity to raise awareness about brain injury, help others, and have fun with family, friends and colleagues! Brain Injury is the reason. Bowling is the activity. Participation is the heart. Learn more about Bowling for Brain
Survivors of brain injury and family members will come together for an in-person event, depending on the Seminar that best fits your

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St. Louis (South/Southwest) Support Group – In-Person and Online

SSM Health St. Clare Hospital 1015 Bowles Avenue, Fenton, MO

St. Louis (South/Southwest) – Fourth Tuesday of Month at 7:00 pm. Contact BIA-MO at (314) 426-4024 for online login information. SSM Health St. Clare Hospital, Conference Center (Downstairs), Meeting Room F, 1015 Bowles Ave, Fenton, MO 63026 Contact: BIA-MO Office, (314) 426-4024 for online login information. *Please take the stairs/elevator to the lover level and [...]