— It seems fitting that as Minnesota gears up to host the biggest game in football, it would highlight some of the most advanced thinking and innovations around concussions. What makes the Twin Cities so robust is a three-fold combination of 1) high-quality academics, 2) financial support and funding for research, and 3) a large…
Broad-sided in a car wreck, Starr was completely unprepared for the effects of Traumatic Brain Injury.
Study reveals strong correlations between head trauma and speech, paints roadmap for early detection in athletes.
An invitation to attend a FREE online event with over 20 renowned specialists in the brain injury community.
The Council provides input and feedback on a broad range of activities, especially those involving brain injury awareness and advocacy.
Isolde Fair is making an impression on girls and women of all ages—specifically Hillary Clinton—through her music.
The awards recognize quality in independent publishing in the Midwest.
— The Brain Injury Association of America has announced Brain Injury Awareness Day will be March 22, 2017 at our Nation’s Capitol in Washington DC. This event is hosted by Congressman Bill Pascrell, Jr. (D-NJ) and Congressman Thomas J. Rooney (R-FL), co-chairs of the Congressional Brain Injury Task Force. It is FREE to attend, everyone is welcome, and…
Crunching the numbers doesn’t add up. This group of citizens advocates for those with traumatic brain injury.
After suffering a traumatic brain injury, this patient found that functional neurology helped her quality of life return.
You don’t understand yoga’s true, full potential until you’ve gone through a life-changing physical trauma.
5 reasons my sex drive changed after a traumatic brain injury.
If your son or daughter takes a physical hit in sports or other activities — monitor them closely…
After 5 documented concussions in 9 years, he knows the dangers and he wants athletes and parents to go into sports with their eyes wide open.
“It took losing my mind to care about my mind.” – Ben Utecht
One year after her accident, Amy Zellmer reflects on living with an invisible injury.