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Brain Injury Fact of the Day
Brain injury is often called the “invisible disability.” There may not be physical scars or limited mobility from the brain injury. However, the effects may be short-term memory loss, taking longer to respond to questions, or changes in vision or balance. There may also be a change in personality,...
Sports Concussions: Facts, Fallacies and New Frontiers Education
The Brain Injury Association of Missouri (BIA-MO) Sports Concussions: Facts, Fallacies and New Frontiers Education for 2021 will be online. Educators, healthcare and sports professionals may participate in online Educational Sessions, Concussion Conversations and Get Schooled on Concussions. There...
Missouri AgrAbility Project/Missouri Beginning Farmers and Ranchers Program – Heroes to Hives
Missouri AgrAbility Project/Missouri Beginning Farmers and Ranchers Program – Heroes to Hives The Missouri chapter of “Heroes to Hives” program supports veterans who want to learn beekeeping. The program is open to all veterans and military dependents and will begin in March 2021. Program...
BIA-MO Lifetime Achievement Award
Sue Orton was recognized by BIA-MO with the Lifetime Achievement Award for her life-long impact to be a voice for persons with brain injury, including her daughter Karen. View the video below to hear Sue’s
BIA-MO 16th Annual Statewide Conference – Thank You
Bowling for Brain Injury – Thank You!
Bowling for Brain Injury 2020 – THANK YOU! Thank you to all who participated in Bowling for Brain Injury – Missouri in 2020. Bowling for Brain Injury was different in 2020, but teams still had fun and generated some friendly competition Bowlers raised more than $22,500 to support BIA-MO programs...
Missouri Motorcycle Helmet Law Repealed
Missouri Motorcycle Helmet Law Repealed Governor Parson signed House Bill (HB) 1963. He repealed the Missouri all-rider motorcycle helmet law. As of August 28, 2020 more people will die and will sustain brain injuries on Missouri roadways. It is unfortunate that Governor Mike Parson chose to ignore...
University of Missouri Partnership – Together We Can
May is Mental Health Awareness Month. Many resources are available to rural Missourians to help with ongoing stresses, but sometimes it is difficult to find them. University of Missouri Extension and its partners through “Together We Can” are working together to help farmers, their friends and...
Give STL Day – Success!
Thank you to all supporters of the Brain Injury Association of Missouri (BIA-MO) who donated and cheered us on during Give STL Day on Thursday, May 7, 2020. Because of your help, more than $4,600 was raised during the 24-hour donation period. We also qualify for additional dollars from the...
Giving Tuesday Now – Thank You!
Thank you to all of our donors who supported the Brain Injury Association of Missouri during Giving Tuesday Now yesterday. Thanks to your generosity, we raised $950! Money raised yesterday will support Donald Danforth Jr. Wilderness Camp, help support education and advocacy, and...
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Joplin Support Group
March 9 @ 1:00 pm
Kansas City (North) Support Group
March 9 @ 7:00 pm
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March 11 @ 1:00 pm
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