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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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Information and Resources

A brain injury can be an overwhelming experience for survivors and family members. Every brain injury is different and the association is here to give you access to reference materials and other resources to help you gain a better understanding of what you are going through.

For People with Brain Injuries and Their Families

Our Support Services help provide informational assistance to individuals with brain injury, as well as their families and caregivers.

  • Family Helpline: Call our Family Helpline (800-444-6443) if you have questions about information and resources available to individuals with brain injury and their families. Our Information & Referral Specialists are available to help guide you through situations that may happen when living with brain injury. Based on your individual needs, our specialists provide valuable information, advocacy, and other resources that you may require.

  • eLibrary and Library: If you'd like to read more about various characteristics of brain injury in our variety of ePublications. You may even check out books and/or videos in the Library in our Brighton Office.

  • Support Groups: Support groups are an excellent way to connect with other individuals with brain injuries and their families. These groups provide opportunities learn from others who have gone through similar situations, share personal experiences, and make new friends.

  • Questions to Ask Your Doctor: Brain injury diagnoses can be overwhelming for survivors and their families, and some issues which arise from brain injury are not encountered until later. We have complied a list a some questions to consider asking the doctor when you first find out you or a loved one has a brain injury.

Links of helpful resources

Click on one links below to find information designed to meet your specific needs.

National Brain Injury Information Center (NBIIC)

The Brain Injury Association of Michigan is proud to have been working with the National Brain Injury Information Center (NBIIC) since 2005.  Callers are able to get individualized and confidential brain injury information. We may ask you for information to help track brain injury data in general.

If you need more information, or have questions, please contact BIAMI at (800) 444-6443.