The Brain Injury Association of Missouri (BIA-MO) One Day Regional Camps will be held in 2022 as One-Day Regional Outdoor Camps. There will be Camp activities of arts & crafts, games, music as well as enjoying nature and spending time with others.
March 31, 2022 Support Groups, Resource Services, and Family Seminars through the Brain Injury Association of Missouri help survivors and families know they are not alone. Support and education answer questions about brain injury, identify resources within the community, and provide information about farming with disabilities. #MoreThanMyBrainInjury @MOAgrAbility @ShowMeStrongFarmFamilies @HeroestoHivesMO @MOBeginningFarmers Collaborating Partners:
The Brain Injury Association of Missouri (BIA-MO) Survivor and Family Education 2022 will provide helpful information, practical suggestions, and support for life with brain injury. This year, the BIA-MO Survivor and Family Education is online. Participation is FREE! Click Here to register for Saturday, April 2, 2022 BIA-MO Survivor & Family Education 2022 Saturday, April [...]
March 30, 2022 Short and long-term effects of brain injury can be blurry vision, poor balance, or constant headaches that interfere with operating your farm or ranch. Brain injury may put you at greater risk for another injury or incident such as a fall, being struck by an object, or chronic pain. Treatment for symptoms [...]
March 29, 2022 Brain injury can change how a person thinks, feels, acts, and moves. Life is changed in an instant. Brain injury can happen to anyone, anywhere, anytime – it does not discriminate. Military personnel, farmers, senior adults, young children, and teenagers are all high-risk populations for brain injury. #MoreThanMyBrainInjury @MOAgrAbility @ShowMeStrongFarmFamilies @HeroestoHivesMO @MOBeginningFarmers [...]
March 28, 2022 Brain injury changes life for the person injured as well as his or her family. Due to changes in the physical abilities, cognitive functioning, balance, vision, fatigue, and emotions of the person injured, the spouse or children may increase or change their responsibilities with the family farm. Changes to equipment and farming [...]
March 27, 2022 Falling from horseback, being kicked in the head, and unmounting activities can result in horse-related brain injuries for riders. Prevention is the only cure for brain injury. Wear an approved helmet when horseback riding recreationally or working on the farm or ranch. #MoreThanMyBrainInjury @MOAgrAbility @ShowMeStrongFarmFamilies @HeroestoHivesMO @MOBeginningFarmers Collaborating Partners:
March 26, 2022 A Concussion is a mild traumatic brain injury. It is a myth that the person must blackout or lose consciousness to sustain a concussion. Less than 10% of concussions have a loss of consciousness by the person. Once an individual sustains a concussion or more severe brain injury, he or she is [...]