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Brain Injury Association of Michigan Fall Conference – 2023
September 22, 2023 - 7:30 am to 5:00 pm
The 2023 Brain Injury Association of Michigan (BIAMI) Fall Conference will be held on Friday, September 22, from 7:30 a.m. through 5:00 p.m. in Lansing, Michigan. The purpose of this conference is to provide state-of-the art information about brain injury treatment and therapies, which will foster maximal rehabilitation and a better quality of life. This conference is designed to benefit persons engaged in therapies with persons recovering from injury as well as caregivers and persons with brain injury. Learning will occur with discussion, case studies, exhibits, practicum, and lectures. The audience is intended to include all those interested in issues and trends in brain injury rehabilitation.
The Creative Mobility Group, a Brain Injury Association of Michigan member, is proud to support the 2023 Brain Injury Association of Michigan Fall Conference as a Bronze Exhibitor.
About Brain Injury Association of Michigan
The Brain Injury Association of Michigan is a non-profit organization whose mission is to improve the lives of individuals affected by brain injuries, including survivors and their families, by providing support, resources, advocacy, and education. The organization works to address the various challenges faced by individuals with brain injuries, which can result from a range of causes, such as traumatic brain injury (TBI), acquired brain injury (ABI), stroke, anoxia, and other neurological conditions. BIAMI aims to enhance the quality of life for those impacted by these injuries and foster a supportive community that understands their unique needs.
Some of the key aspects of the Brain Injury Association of Michigan’s work include:
Support Services: BIAMI offers support services and resources for brain injury survivors and their families. This includes providing access to support groups, peer mentoring, and counseling to help individuals cope with the emotional and practical challenges of living with a brain injury.
Advocacy: The organization engages in advocacy efforts to promote policies, legislation, and initiatives that advance the rights and interests of brain injury survivors. They work with policymakers, government agencies, and other stakeholders to improve access to healthcare, rehabilitation, and community resources.
Education and Awareness: BIAMI conducts educational programs, workshops, and public awareness campaigns to raise awareness about brain injuries, prevention strategies, and the importance of early intervention and appropriate treatment.
Information and Resources: The association provides information, resources, and publications related to brain injuries, their effects, and available support services. They aim to be a valuable source of information for individuals, families, healthcare professionals, and the broader community.
Networking and Community Building: BIAMI facilitates networking opportunities for brain injury survivors and their families to connect with each other, share experiences, and build a strong support network.
Professional Development: The organization may offer training and professional development opportunities for healthcare providers, therapists, and others involved in caring for individuals with brain injuries.