The Brain Injury Alliance is proud to bring you the perspectives, thoughts, and reflections of survivors of brain injury from around the globe. Jarrod Flowers is a 27-year-old teacher from Toowoomba, Australia. A brain injury changed his life 9 months ago
BE SAFE WORKSHOPS:Bringing People and First Responders TogetherWhat do you get when you put police officers and people suffering from traumatic brain injury (TBI) in a single room for three hours? A whole lot of understanding and insights. Such was the case with...
East Valley Mental Health Counselor doesn’t just go the extra mile to help her patients— she actually goes to their homes
In February, our thoughts typically turn to love, Valentine’s Day chocolates, and roses. Since 2010, however, the month of February has also officially been designated by congress as Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month.
You don’t expect the broadcaster giving you the news to be making news. But that’s exactly what Arizona’s Family news anchor Brandon Lee has done with his personal story about overcoming sexual abuse, opioid addiction and brain injury.
The immediate assessment and treatment of troops after the missile attacks illustrates how far the U.S. military has come in terms of the most common injury service members sustain.
Last week my family received a call with news that no one wants to hear. It’s also a call that far too many of us will receive this year.
Female Soccer Players Take the Field in BIAAZ Advisory Council Member’s Concussion Improvement Assessment
“It’s all about the patient,” states Brain Injury Alliance of Arizona (BIAAZ) Advisory Council Member Dr. John Duane Heick. “Getting them better, getting them the resources they need, no matter where they are on the spectrum of care.”
Dr. Bridget Seeley’s mission is clear to everyone on the ASU Campus or around the Valley: She is passionate about helping children in the foster care system, especially those impacted by brain injury.
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