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BIA HOME : Rockin’ for Rehab Concert Raises Funds for Brain Injury Association of Michigan

Rockin’ for Rehab Concert Raises Funds for Brain Injury Association of Michigan

18-Dec-2015

Concert Will Feature Lansing Neuropsychologist and his ‘Off the Couch’ Band

Brighton, Mich., November 30, 2015 – Rockin’ for Rehab, a concert to benefit the Brain Injury Association of Michigan (BIAMI), will feature Lansing Neuropsychologist Robert Fabiano, owner and executive director of PAR Rehab Services, and his musicians, "Dr. Fab and the Off the Couch Band,” at 7 p.m., Friday, December 4, at the MSU University Club, 3435 Forest Road, East Lansing.

Rockin’ for Rehab festivities will include a Caribbean- themed dinner buffet, dancing, Caribbean decor provided by "All Grand Events," a cash bar, and a silent auction, with VIP tickets to Detroit Red Wings and Detroit Tigers games. All proceeds will benefit the BIAMI and its 20 chapters and support groups across the state, which provide services for an estimated 200,000 brain injury survivors and their families across Michigan. Tickets are  $65/person. For tickets, log onto www.ROCKINFORREHAB.TK. Call the BIAMI office at 810-229-5880, or visit www.biami.org.

About the Brain Injury Association of Michigan

The BIAMI is dedicated to improving the lives of those affected by brain injury while reducing the incidence and impact of brain injury through education, advocacy, support, treatment services and research. Founded in 1981, the Brighton, Mich.-based BIAMI serves Michigan’s brain injury community through comprehensive educational and prevention programs. The BIAMI is the primary conduit between survivors and an extensive network of facilities, programs and professionals in the state of Michigan, which is nationally recognized as a center of excellence in brain injury treatment and rehabilitative care. The BIAMI also supports 20 statewide chapters and support groups that meet monthly. For more information, visit www.biami.org or call the toll-free helpline at (800) 444-6443.

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