Brain Injury Alliance of Colorado

Education For Survivors and Family Members

Brain Injury Facts & Figures

CLICK HERE for a comprehensive overview about brain injury, the various forms of brain injury, statistics for Colorado and the US, and links to other data sources


A collection of materials from educational workshops, webinars, conference presentations, tip cards, and other websites. To find out about upcoming educational events, visit our calendar.

SAIL Manual For Self-Advocacy (UPDATED 2014)

A workbook about self-advocacy after acquired brain injury (ABI). Self-advocacy involves:  knowing what your needs are, knowing what resources are out there to help you meet your needs, and having the beliefs and skills to get your needs met. Sometimes the injured person may advocate for himself; sometimes the person and a family member may advocate together as a team; and sometimes a family member is an advocate for the injured person. This workbook was developed for both individuals with brain injury and other people who advocate for and with them. When we use the term “self advocate” we are referring to both types of advocates.

Helpful Links

Books about brain injury

Workshop Presentations


March 2012 Webinar: Understanding Social Relationships After Brain Injury

March 2013 Webinar: Employment

Tip Cards

Tip Cards written by Brain Injury Support Specialists from the Colorado Brain Injury Program

Conference Presentations

Benefits of Cognitive Training After Brain Injury
Tanya Mitchell, VP of Research & Development

Pharmacologic Treatment of Neurobehavioral Effects of Traumatic Brain Injury
Stacia Wilhelm, PharmD, BCPS

Return to Driving After Traumatic Brain Injury
Terri Cassidy, OTR, CDRS

Understanding Neurologic Physical Therapy and Neurotology
Heather Campbell, PT, MA

2014 Conference Presentations

Are there topics you’d like to know more about? Send us an email with your ideas for future presentations!

Contact Information

Max Winkler

Director of Client Programs