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Amy Fedel Memorial Benefit Concert21-Aug-2017

Click to enlarge ( /Flyers/flyer.jpg) BIAMI is excited to be included in the Amy Fedel Memorial Concert being held on September 9th at Green Wood UMC. We appreciate the chance to be in.. Read More...

"STATE CHAMPS!" Highlights Concussions07-Aug-2017

This past Sunday, "STATE CHAMPS!" aired a special on concussions. While this program is usually directed at teens, this episode was made with parents of student athletes in mind. It details what c.. Read More...

A Response to the Recent CTE Study27-Jul-2017

Written by Dr. Sean Rose A newly published research study, titled “Clinicopathological evaluation of chronic traumatic encephalopathy in players of American football,” diagnosed CT.. Read More...

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BIA HOME : Capitol Day

Michigan State Capitol Dome Constituents meet with their legislator Legislators in session
Capitol Day logo (no year)

Every year, the Brain Injury Association of Michigan brings the brain injury community together with their legislators. Capitol Day is designed to inform and educate Michigan legislators about the current issues affecting individuals and organizations who have an interest in brain injury. Capitol Day is sponsored jointly by the Brain Injury Association of Michigan (BIAMI) and the Michigan Brain Injury Provider Council (MBIPC).

Who should come?

Anyone willing to meet with Michigan legislators to discuss current issues.

Where is it?

We will be meeting in the Mackinaw Room.

Scenes from past Capitol Days

Capitol Day Successes

  • 2016
    • Passing of Sports Concussion Amendments

    • Brought attention to sunset provision of DUI law, effectively keeping the legal Blood Alcohol Level from raising from 0.08 to 1