BIAC is excited to announce a new Peer Mentorship Program available to youth and adults in Colorado!
Selecting the right legal representation is critical. The Brain Injury Alliance of Colorado’s Preferred Attorneys have proved their knowledge of the physical, cognitive, emotional, and financial tolls a brain injury can inflict. We encourage you to contact any one of these firms for an initial consultation about your case.
Check out Colorado State University’s Center for Community Partnerships (CCP) brain injury page, with multimedia, helpful content, and resources
Shocking and funny, Hayes’ memoir shares the true story of a sudden brain hemorrhage at the age of twenty-two – and the heartache and strength that it took to overcome it.
The Pueblo Brain Injury Support Group will now be holding special ‘caregiver only’ meetings every quarter.
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The CDC released its Report to Congress on The Management of TBI in Children. This report details the impact a TBI can have on children and their families.
According to recent research, newborn babies who suffered stroke regain language function in opposite side of brain
“The test works by measuring the levels of proteins, known as UCH-L1, and GFAP, that are released from the brain into blood and measured within 12 hours of the head injury. Levels of these blood proteins can help predict which patients may have intracranial lesions visible by CT scan, and which won’t.”