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Support for Professionals

The Brain Injury Alliance of Washington provides free education and guidance to professionals on the topic of Brain Injury across Washington State.

Prevention is positively linked with education and foreknowledge. BIAWA partners with professionals & providers to offer professional development educational opportunities, access to resources, referrals, and guidance through our Resource Managers and Resource Center

Interested in having BIAWA provide a free presentation on Brain Injury to your team or staff? Please visit our Request a Speaker page for more information - Request a Speaker

UW TBI Support Group for Professionals & Providers
1st & 3rd Fridays of each month | 12:00 - 1:30pm PST
Specialists discuss evidence-based treatments and case consultations on the management of behavioral health problems in patients with TBI.
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Garvey Institute for Brain Health Solutions [website]

TBI Model Systems [website]

TBI InfoComics [website]
Learn about common symptoms of Traumatic Brain Injury and ways to manage them through InfoComics from the University of Washington TBI Model System.

Living With Brain Injury [website]
Learn more about the brain in this overview of Brain Injury.

Children and Traumatic Brain Injury [video]

The National Dissemination Center for Children with Disabilities [website]
Information and tips for parents of children with Brain Injury.

Events & Happenings

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BIAWA now offers Pooled Trust Services!

Pooled Trusts are stable investment options that allow beneficiaries to maintain government benefits.

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Brain Injury: What you need to know

A Guide for Survivors of Brain Injury, their Loved Ones, Caregivers, and the Professionals who Serve Them.

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Review the latest news & events from BIAWA

June 2022 MindMatters 

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