Please consider using Amazon Smile while doing your holiday shopping. Amazon will donate .5% of your purchases to the charity of your choosing. This requires no donation or extra payment on your part.

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Eat for Change

Join us on January 19th at Chipotle! A percentage of the proceeds will go to support brain injury awareness month activities.

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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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Brain Injury Book

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.

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CDC Report to Congress

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.

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Blood Test for Concussion

“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.”

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Happy Holidays!

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