Sunday, February 23, 2020 was a great day for six-year-old Nora Mays-Sleeman, one of the best of her life, in fact—and she owes it all to her mom, Shanna Mays, who is also the Co-Chair for the Brain Injury Alliance of Arizona’s Services for Vulnerable Populations Committee.
As part of its ongoing mission to provide free and accessible resources to Arizonans with brain injuries or opioid addiction, their families, caregivers, and professionals, the Brain Injury Alliance of Arizona (BIAAZ) is pleased to announce the addition of Janice Podzimek as Interpersonal Violence Liaison.
The unrelenting heat of the Arizona summer is just around the corner. For most of us that means higher power bills as we crank up the air conditioning, but for Arizona’s homeless the heat means a grueling slog to the next shady spot, water cup, or cooling station.
Two new BIAAZ Board Members have dedicated their careers to enhancing comprehension and understanding in survivors of brain injury by helping them overcome communication barriers in order to better clarify and express their thoughts and feelings.
Like the rest of the world, we were shocked and saddened to hear of the tragic passing of Beckett Cypher at the age of 21.
By this point, you’re probably isolated, bored, and tired of staying indoors. Are you ready to get back to your old life or rebuild a new one? Well, you aren’t alone.
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