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These 8 brain injury survivors, BIS Clients and members of our Speaker's Bureau are a true example of our awareness campaign theme this month: My Injury does not define me.
The Brain Injury Association of America (BIAA) is pleased to announce that the Congressional Brain Injury Task Force, chaired by Rep. Bill Pascrell, Jr. (D-N.J.), has scheduled Brain Injury Awareness Day on Capitol Hill Wednesday, March 13, 2019. As in years past, there will be an awareness fair, congressional briefing, and reception.
Brain Injury Services Brain Injury Services Recognizes March as Brain Injury Awareness Month.
SPRINGFIELD, VA (March 8th, 2019) — On March 20th, Brain Injury Services invites you to join us to recognize all those who give back to our organization and community through the year. With a spirit of hope and generosity, clients, survivors, family members, and local partners spend hundreds of hours each year making an impact on their lives through volunteerism and philanthropy with Brain Injury Services.
Brain Injury Services has launched a new “swag” store for clients, employees, and anyone passionate about brain injury awareness. The store carries everything from t-shirts, sweatshirts, and tank tops, to phone cases, notebooks, and stickers. Designs include our logo, our awareness month campaigns, and green ribbon items. The green ribbon is recognized by many as the color for traumatic brain injury (TBI).
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Chris Carr set to help organization further its agenda to raise awareness about the impact of brain injury.
At the Brain Injury Services' Annual Reception, we recognize all those who give back to our organization and community through the year. With a spirit of hope and generosity, clients, survivors, family members, and local partners spend hundreds of hours each year making an impact with their lives through volunteerism and philanthropy with Brain Injury Services.
Amy Hobbs is a client of Brain Injury Services who was featured on WUSA9 to talk about her brain injury and Brain Injury Awareness Month. As a result of her brain injury, Amy has a rare condition called foreign accent syndrome. The story with Peggy Fox covers some of Amy's journey and a little bit about her life after brain injury.
It’s true: with a lack of Vitamin D and little time spent outdoors, the winter months can literally make you sad.