Thanksgiving is the official start of the Holiday Season. It is a time to acknowledge blessings in our lives and appreciate loved ones. It is a time of thank you. It is a time of sharing. It is a time of caring.
Brain Injury Association of Missouri (BIA-MO) Annual Conference is the premier educational opportunity for professionals to further develop their skills and knowledge to provide care for survivors of brain injury. This year's conference took place on October 20 and 21, 2022 and was extremely successful!
A BIA-MO Annual Award is a special way to recognize an individual, group of individuals or organization for their support and lasting impact for you or the brain injury community. Making a nomination is easy. Simply provide your contact information, the nominee’s contact information, and a short write-up of why you feel this person deserves a BIA-MO Annual Award.
The Brain Injury Association of Missouri (BIA-MO) is pleased to offer educational scholarships for survivors of brain injury to pursue post-secondary education.
BIA-MO Presents Annual Awards Congratulations to Annual Award Honorees! This year's Honorees have prevented brain injuries, assisted individuals with brain injury to be successful, and supported services for survivors, family members and the community. These individuals and organizations made outstanding contributions in the brain injury community. Courage Award Honors the success of an individual with [...]
#GivingTuesday - November 27, 2018 Mark your calendars! Giving Tuesday is coming up soon! Provide services of support, education, recreation and advocacy for survivors of brain injury through your Giving Tuesday donation to the Brain Injury Association of Missouri (BIA-MO). You will prevent brain injuries, assist survivors and families, educate youth and adults about concussions [...]
I am beyond a walking miracle and I want to help as much as I can with brain injuries. I sustained a traumatic brain injury with a subdural hematoma from a skateboarding accident. I survived with 90 percent of the odds against me. Only 10 percent of people who have a TBI subdural hematoma [...]
I sustained a TBI from a 24' vertical fall in Nov 2011. In addition to the TBI, I fractured three cervical vertebrae, my mandible and facial bones. My ER and ICU stay was 6 weeks followed by 3 months of intensive inpatient therapy. Then another 6 months of outpatient PT, OT and Speech Therapy. Then it was "back to work for me" as suggested by [...]