BIAAZ has put together suggestions for what you can do to help the brain injury survivor in your life stay as safe as possible during these challenging, unfamiliar times.
The business cards on her desk read “Brittany Sweeney-Lawson, Resource Facilitation Manager, Brain Injury Alliance of Arizona.” But everyone around BIAAZ knows they should more accurately read “Brittany Does It All.”
The Chandler Fire Departments Crisis Response Team 288 (CR288) is called upon to deal with some of the worst situations imaginable, including death, pediatric emergencies, and violent crimes.
Why does someone choose to become a health policy analyst? For Zeke Dominguez, it’s two-fold: He gets to help those who need it and raise the public’s perception of social work as a profession. Suffice it to say, he is doing both.
Mimi Hayes wants you to laugh at her pain. That’s not what you typically hear from a brain injury survivor, but there’s nothing typical about Mimi.
They are some of the most heartbreaking cases that we see at the Brain Injury Alliance Brain Resource Center- young adults on the cusp of making their way in the world impacted by a serious brain injury.