Help, Hope, and Healing
Our mission is to prevent brain injuries and to foster an inclusive community of education, advocacy, support, and research to maximize the quality of life for those with brain injuries and their families.
Brain Injury Resource Line
BIAPA’s Brain Injury Resource Line (BIRL) is staffed by volunteers who are able to provide information about resources that may be of help to people with brain injury or their family.
Caring for someone with a brain injury is often challenging. There can be a lot to learn, a lot to manage, and a lot of work. If you are a caregiver for someone who has a brain injury, please know that you are not alone.
The ReDiscoverU Program offers virtual classes to assist individuals in learning new skills or rediscovering past interests through inclusive and diverse educational opportunities that enhance the health, well-being, and knowledge of those who participate in the classes.
Easter Candy Sales Benefit BIAPA
BIAPA is once again partnering with Pittsburgh's renowned Sarris Candies to offer Easter candy to benefit BIAPA. Order your holiday candy through this site, and Sarris will donate 25% of all sales to BIAPA!
Brain Safety Fair
March is Brain Injury Awareness Month!
Join BIAPA at the Westmoreland Mall on Saturday, March 16 for a Brain Safety Fair that includes interactive activities showing how the brain works and ways to prevent brain injuries. The day will also include the fitting and distribution of free bicycle helmets (while supplies last).
2024 Annual Conference
Creating Roadmaps for Brain Injury Rehabilitation: The Journey from Initial Treatment to Community Inclusion
JUNE 24-25, 2024
Lancaster Marriott at Penn Square
Sally Kneipp, PhD, CRC