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Pam Hallman to Meet with the U.S. Congressional Brain Injury Task Force13-Oct-2017

On October 25, our own Pam Hallman has been chosen to represent domestic violence and brain injury survivors across the country in front of the U.S. Congressional Brain Injury Task Force at a brie.. Read More...

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Professional Resources

The Brain Injury Association of Michigan offers support to any professionals who support individuals affected by brain injury such as employers, social workers, medical staff, therapists, rehabilitation professionals, legal professionals and residential care providers. Professionals can contact us for:

  • Assistance locating support services for their clients
  • Brain injury resources and research
  • Information about how brain injury may affect a client’s reintegration back into home, school, work and the community
  • Professional development opportunities, including workshops, trainings and conferences

Professionals can have confidence knowing that the statewide support services the Brain Injury Association of Michigan offers to individuals affected by brain injury will help to provide a continuum of care for clients.

The following links provide more information for professionals hoping to learn more about brain injury and the mission and vision of the Brain Injury Association of Michigan.

Learn More

You can learn more about brain anatomy, effects of brain injury, national and Michigan statistics about TBI on our Learn About Brain Injury page.

Publications

The Brain Injury Association of Michigan has a complete library of Publications available for research on brain injury and related topics.

Educational Programs

The Association also offers a variety of educational programs, many of which are geared toward professionals.

For more information about how to register for them, please see our Education page.

Resource Database

Professionals are invited to join our Facility Directory, which is used by our Information and Resource staff to provide callers with information about brain injury programs and experienced professionals.