Support Groups, Information and Referral Services, and Family Seminars through the Brain Injury Association of Missouri help survivors and families know they are not alone. Support and education answers questions about brain injury, identifies resources within the community, and provides information about farming with disabilities, for beginning or experienced farmers or ranchers.
Help, hope, and healing are offered through programs of support, education, recreation, and advocacy by the Brain Injury Association of Missouri. Learn more.
Missouri AgrAbility can potentially help individuals with disabilities return to farming, ranching and agribusiness. With adaptive devices, technologies, changes in agriculture operations, and business planning, many keep you individuals with brain injury safely return to farming and or ranching. Learn more.
Missouri Beginning Farmers and Ranchers Program provides farmers with 10 years or less of farming experience to connect, and grow their operations. Learn more.
Education is essential when you and your family are initially impacted by brain injury or are many years post injury. The Brain Injury Association of Missouri offers the Survivor and Family Regional Seminars that provide helpful information, practical suggestions, and support for life with brain injury. Learn more.
Brain Injury Association of Missouri Support Groups are held throughout Missouri. Support Groups are open to survivors of brain injury, regardless of the cause – fall, car, truck, motorcycle, ATV, tractor rollover, other accidents or stroke. Family members are also encouraged to attend since brain injury impacts the entire family. Learn more.
For more information, contact the Brain Injury Association of Missouri
for support, education, recreation and advocacy at
www.biamo.org or 800-444-6443.
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