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Legislative Update: BIAMI & CABT Partners Win 1st Round in Defeating Heavy Truck Legislation!19-Jul-2017

Comparison of truck sizes CABT, the Coalition Against Bigger Trucks, strongly supported by BIAMI, successfully kept an amendment allowing bigger trucks from inclusion in a Transportatio.. Read More...

No-Fault: Fix It, Don't Nix It15-May-2017

"Bad Behavior Also Applies to Insurance Companies" Thanks to the FREEP’s JC Reindl for an informative overview of Michigan’s auto no-fault situation. The series shines in underscoring.. Read More...

Capitol Day, Annual Meeting, and Spring Fling03-Apr-2017

On Wednesday, May 17th, we will be gathering in the Mackinaw Room for Capitol Day 2017. It's a chance for brain injury survivors, their friends and family members, caregivers, and professionals to.. Read More...

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BIA HOME : March is Brain Injury Awareness Month

March is Brain Injury Awareness Month

02-Mar-2017 BIAMI staff with Brain Injury Awareness Month Proclamation from Gov. Snyder

March is Brain Injury Awareness Month. Throughout this month, BIAMI has various activities, events, initiatives, and special programming across the state. A few notable events lined up include our Unmasking Brain Injury display making its way to the state capitol, The Detroit Red Wings and Grand Rapids Griffins both holding Brain Injury Awareness Nights at their games, and free moving screening of Head Games in Howell, Traverse City, and Farmington.

For more information on what is going on throughout the month, view our Brain Injury Awareness Month page.

BIAMI is actively working to help de-stigmatize brain injury, empower those who have survived, and promote the breadth and depth of support and rehabilitative care that is available in Michigan. The Not Alone campaign also educates the general public about the incidence of brain injury and the needs of people with brain injuries and their families.

For more information on brain injuries, visit our Brain Injury Facts page.