Brain Injury Alliance of Colorado

Education for Professionals

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Brain Injury 101

Brain Injury 102: Strategies & Accommodations

Brain Injury 103: Youth Considerations


How Many Coloradans Have a Brain Injury?

Craig Hospital recently published research demonstrating the incidence of brain injuries & commonly reported symptoms in different regions of the state.

Craig Map

This document is a large version the data, which includes regional as well as statewide numbers. For more information about this research, please contact Gale Whiteneck, PhD, Principal Investigator: or CB Eagye, Research Associate:

Educational Materials

Screening Tools

Request a BIAC training to cover the importance and methodology of screening your clients and patients for a brain injury here

  • Ohio State University TBI-ID Method – a standardized procedure for eliciting lifetime history of TBI via a structured interview. The OSU TBI-Identification Method was designed to use self-report or proxy-reports to elicit summary indices reflecting TBI’s occurring over a person’s lifetime.
  • Domestic Violence and TBI

Certified Brain Injury Specialist

  • Learn more about the CBIS process here

Presentations from Past Conferences


Contact Information

Mikalia Gray, CBIST

Vice President of Professional Programs