Read the USBIA’s 2nd Quarter Newsletter. Find information on upcoming webinars and read about Bicycle Safety, Neuroplasticity and more!
The Working Well is dedicated to helping mission-driven organizations improve their productivity and retention. It’s key focus is teaching managers leadership and communication skills within the framework of neurodiversity and invisible disability equity and inclusion.
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Download the RISE Summer Flyer to learn more about this program for individuals with acquired brain injury.
Your donation helps BIAC continue to provide supports and services to brain injury survivors across the entire state of Colorado!
Pikes Peak Challenge will be on September 10th this year. Choose your summit!
November 3rd and 4th at the University of Denver.
We are partnering with Brother’s Redevelopment to open Valor on the Fax!
It’s very common to experience emotional struggle after a brain injury, and with the right help, you can feel better. BIAC understands how difficult it can be to find behavioral and mental health counseling from professionals who understand the relationship between mental health and brain injury.
Colorado Office of Employment First launched Disability Benefits 101 (DB101): a resource to help people with disabilities and service providers understand the connections between work and benefits. DB101 will help you make informed choices and show you how you can make work part of your plan.
Check out what our Recreation Program has planned for this summer!
To visit our Recreation page, click here.
We are accepting applications for the Permanent Supportive Housing Program- Valor on the Fax!
To see if you are eligible, call the mainline at (303)355-9969. For more information, click here.