Cathleen’s Cause Golf Tournament 2020

Please join us at the 2020 Brain Injury Alliance of Colorado’s Cathleen’s Cause Golf Tournament, to raise much needed funds to continue BIAC’s efforts to support individuals with an injury to the brain and their support systems.

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Self-management / Skill Building

Are you able to successfully manage a calendar or plan your day well?
Do you struggle with making appointments or forget to ask the doctor important follow up questions about your care?
This free program is designed for survivors who want to invest time in improving their skills!

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Encompass Health

A huge shout-out to our partner, Encompass Health, for their incredible ongoing support of our programs and services. Check them out!

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View BIAC’s List of Preferred Attorneys

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.

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HOPE Speaks

Check out Colorado State University’s Center for Community Partnerships (CCP) brain injury page, with multimedia, helpful content, and resources

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Save the Date

The 2020 Pikes Peak Challenge will be held on Saturday, September 12th. Mark your calendars and check back for more information about registration.

Susie Wargin, 9 News Anchor

I would feel absolutely naked on my bike without a helmet. I don't leave my garage without it strapped to my head.

— Susie Wargin, 9 News Anchor

Alison Dunlap, Brain Injury Survivor

In my four years of working with BIAC and Pikes Peak Challenge, I have seen first hand the amazing work this organization does.

— Alison Dunlap, Brain Injury Survivor