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Professional Development

The Brain Injury Alliance provides quarterly trainings annually to provide professionals the most up-to-date scientific research, diagnosis and treatment information. Upcoming trainings include:

UNDERSTANDING CONCUSSION
September 20th | 11:30 AM — 3:30 PM

Featured Special Guest:
Clinton D. Pearman, M.S., CBIST, Ph.D. c

 

COMING DECEMBER 10th — SAVE THE DATE!

The Mysteries of Brain Injury
Annual Conference for Professionals

PROFESSIONALS

Information You Can Use

Contact us for information on the following resources and more!

  • Just the Facts — Information about all types of brain injury and the Alliance
  • Assistive Living — Assistive Living or Group Homes appropriate for survivors of brain injury
  • Behavior Issues — Facts, problems, solutions, behavioral programs available
  • Coma — Facts, definitions, coma scales, what to expect, and available programs
  • Doctors/Medical Personnel — How to talk with your doctor, definitions of medical specialties, and a list of specialists
  • Education — Current laws, issues, Individual Education Plans (IEP), and special education
  • Employment/Vocational Issues — Employee rights, guidelines for employers, and vocational programs
  • Financial Assistance — Where to go for help and useful resources in your community
  • Legal Assistance — Legal issues, how and when to obtain legal help
  • Mild Brain Injury/Concussion — Definitions, facts, what to expect, impact on life, resource lists
  • Rehabilitation Facilities — What to look for and expect, a list of rehab facilities based on your area of need
  • Support Groups — Statewide support groups for survivors and care partners

EMERGING ISSUE! Opioids & Brain Injury

Join our mailing list to be alerted on future education and trainings, townhalls, workgroups and listing sessions as we continue to explore the impact of the Opioid crisis on the disability community.

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RESOURCE DIRECTORY APPLICATION

Professionals who specialize in services to those with brain injury can apply to be part of our Resource Facilitation Database.

The Brain Injury Alliance of Arizona is a 36-year-old statewide organization committed to creating a better future through brain injury prevention, advocacy, and education. We support, connect, and empower survivors of brain injury and their caregivers on their journey to recovery. Our work began as a grassroots effort and has grown to a strong statewide presence for survivors and the professionals who work with them.

We follow five pillars in our work – support, educate, advocate, prevent and inspire. Thank you for your interest in supporting our work.

The Brain Injury Alliance of Arizona reserves the right to edit information for clarity, brevity and content and to publish this information in a variety of media, subject to confidentiality issues.

The Brain Injury Alliance of Arizona provides a variety of resource information to people who inquire. We do not recommend or endorse any particular organization or individual and are not liable for services rendered.

Qualifications:  To be part of our vetted neuro database, applicants must have 2 years of experience in the field of brain injury and have been in business for at least one year.  There may be other individual and organizational requirements for licensing and certification depending on the services provided.

When listing in our directory it’s implied you provide all or some neuro-specific services and staff  has basic brain injury awareness (exceptions may apply including, government agencies or services for basic needs).  Because of this expectation we recommend staff be offered brain injury training when they begin employment.  Please keep up to date on offered courses and trainings from the Brain Injury Alliance of Arizona

 

SECTION 1: PUBLISHED INFORMATION

Check the category OR categories that represents your specialty.

Upload additional published information here. PDF, DOC, DOCX files only


 

SECTION 2: UNPUBLISHED INFORMATION

List the person responsible for updating your agency’s information.

Resource Listings information must be updated yearly.
  • Initially, you’ll receive an email with your password/username to access your listing and a request to respond within one week.
  • If we don’t receive an update submitted, a 2nd reminder is sent.
  • When there’s no response after the 2nd email, a 3rd and final notice is sent stating your resource listing is being removed and to contact the BIAAZ Operations Coordinator.
  • Another resource orientation will be required to be re-instated on the directory.

 
The Brain Injury Alliance of Arizona does not charge a fee to be listed in the Resource Directory or to those requesting referrals. In order to continue to offer thousands of complimentary referrals every year, we rely on our professional members to support our work through corporate memberships and event sponsorships.

Make a Referral

Do you have a patient or client who may need our complimentary services? To access our support team email info@biaaz.org or call (602) 508-8024

caregivers

Information You Can Use

Let the Brain Injury Alliance support you on your journey as a care partner.  Connect with us for important information on the following topics and more!

  • Just the Facts — Information about all types of brain injury and the Alliance
  • Assistive Living — Assistive Living or Group Homes appropriate for survivors of brain injury
  • Behavior Issues — Facts, problems, solutions, behavioral programs available
  • Coma — Facts, definitions, coma scales, what to expect, and available programs
  • Doctors/Medical Personnel — How to talk with your doctor, definitions of medical specialties, and a list of specialists
  • Education — Current laws, issues, Individual Education Plans (IEP), and special education
  • Employment/Vocational Issues — Employee rights, guidelines for employers, and vocational programs
  • Financial Assistance — Where to go for help and useful resources in your community
  • Legal Assistance — Legal issues, how and when to obtain legal help
  • Mild Brain Injury/Concussion — Definitions, facts, what to expect, impact on life, resource lists
  • Rehabilitation Facilities — What to look for and expect, a list of rehab facilities based on your area of need
  • Support Groups — Statewide support groups for survivors and care partners

RESOURCE SPOTLIGHT: Aphasia

Make a Referral

Do you have a patient or client who may need our complimentary services? To access our support team email info@biaaz.org or call (602) 508-8024

survivors

Information You Can Use

Contact us today for support on your journey after brain injury … and more!

  • Just the Facts — Information about all types of brain injury and the Alliance
  • Assistive Living — Assistive Living or Group Homes appropriate for survivors of brain injury
  • Behavior Issues — Facts, problems, solutions, behavioral programs available
  • Coma — Facts, definitions, coma scales, what to expect, and available programs
  • Doctors/Medical Personnel — Questions to ask your doctor, definitions of medical specialties, and a list of specialists
  • Education — Current laws, issues, Individual Education Plans (IEP), and special education
  • Employment/Vocational Issues — Employee rights, guidelines for employers, and vocational programs
  • Financial Assistance — Where to go for help and useful resources in your community
  • Legal Assistance — Legal issues, how and when to obtain legal help
  • Mild Brain Injury/Concussion — Definitions, facts, what to expect, impact on life, resource lists
  • Rehabilitation Facilities — What to look for and expect, a list of rehab facilities based on your area of need
  • Support Groups — Statewide support groups for survivors and care partners

Make a Referral

Do you have a patient or client who may need our complimentary services? To access our support team email info@biaaz.org or call (602) 508-8024

supporters

Help us grow to meet the need of survivors of brain injury across Arizona.  Consider joining us as a volunteer and pledge your financial support today to help us keep our programs and services free and available for those who need them the most. 

Your financial support makes the work and vision of Brian Injury Alliance of Arizona possible!

  • $33 covers the cost of one-hour, one-on-one support with a certified brain injury specialist
  • $78 Provides a family the resource materials and connections with community resources
  • $112 Pays for the care and feeding of an assistance pet for one month
  • $264 Covers the cost of resources for an in-school support group
  • $547 Supports BIA’s Concussion Prevention Clinic year!
  • $1242 sends one TBI survivor to Camp Can-Do
  • $2600 covers the cost of a recovery support group for one

BIAAZ is a chartered affiliate of the
United States Brain Injury Alliance.

usbia.org

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