Brain Injury Association of Missouri
The Brain Injury Association of Missouri works to reduce the incidence of brain injury; to promote acceptance, independence, and productivity of persons with brain injury; and to support their families. A community-based organization serving persons with brain injury, their families, caregivers, physicians, therapists, case managers and others throughout Missouri, BIA-MO engages through support groups, volunteers, and service providers.
2265 Schuetz Road
St. Louis , MO 63146
Thanks to support from these volunteers and from generous donors, persons with brain injuries and their families can participate in a host of educational, recreational and advocacy programs provided through BIA-MO, including:
Facilitated support groups held all over Missouri that bring together families and persons with brain injury.
The Donald Danforth Jr. Wilderness Camp, where survivors enjoy a week of fun, relaxation and independence, while family members and caregivers receive a week of respite.
Educational opportunities for professionals and persons with brain injuries and their families. The annual Statewide Conference is the only conference in Missouri dedicated to current trends in innovative therapeutic strategies, cutting-edge and best practices treatment options, and research specifically relating to brain injury. Survivor and Family Regional Seminars held across the state provide helpful information, practical suggestions and support for life with brain injury.
Referral assistance that helps connect persons with brain injuries and their families to community resources and programs, including specialized services.
Educational scholarships for survivors of brain injury who are residents of Missouri to pursue post-secondary education.
Recognition of volunteers and supporters through an annual awards program that highlights those making a difference in the brain injury community.