Side by Side members and staff educate caregivers and professionals who work closely with individuals with brain injury. They conduct regular educational sessions and conferences as well as facilitate caregiver support group meetings.

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Side by Side members participate in a robust day program in which they relearn many of the vocational and social skills they’ve lost as a result of their brain injury. Members also regularly give back to the community through volunteer opportunities at

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Members work one-on-one with Side by Side staff to set individual goals to increase their independence and overall life satisfaction. Staff also provides resource coordination, therapeutic support services, independent life skills training and other servi

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The Survivor’s Voice section offers creative writing, poetry and first person narratives from the sole perspective of survivor’s of brain injury.

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Our Specialists provide individualized information, education, support and advocacy to, with and on behalf of individuals with TBI and their families. Services are delivered by phone and/or in the individual’s home and community.

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Helmutt’s job at BIAF is to teach people about traumatic brain injuries and how to prevent them.This mascot and his informative series were designed to teach children and adults about the brain.

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The curriculum includes coloring & activity sheets, creative follow up & additional activities. The program is flexible enough to use in a variety of environments, incorporating interactive media to convey important safety messages about brain and injury

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The Hydrocephalus Association provides support, education and advocacy for people whose lives have been touched by hydrocephalus and the professionals who work with them. We strive to ensure that families are empowered with educational materials, informed

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This two hour course gives officers a basic understanding of brain injury and provides video demonstrations of how to recognize and manage encounters with people who have brain injuries.

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Often a person faces a lot of uncertainty after brain injury, including the transition back to work or school, funding options, recreation, family and spousal relationships, and coping with ongoing fatigue, headaches, and depression.

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