BIAPA Conference Scholarship Campaign

Help a Brain Injury Survivor participate in Lancaster

BIAPA's annual conference offers brain injury survivors the opportunity to connect with others in the brain injury community.  For many, it is one of the few times each year that they can learn about advances in brain injury rehabilitation and research and spend quality time with others who have been personally touched by brain injury.

Unfortunately, traveling to Lancaster and participating in the conference can be a financial challenge for some brain injury survivors and their families.

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The David L. Strauss Memorial Scholarship Fund

The David L. Strauss Memorial Scholarship Fund honors the life and legacy of the late David L. Strauss, Ph.D., one of BIAPA’s founders and a clinical neuropsychologist who was dedicated to improving the lives of individuals who had experienced brain injury and to providing education and support for their families. The Fund supports conference scholarships for some brain injury survivors and their family members/caregivers needing financial assistance.  The need is great, and BIAPA’s ability to provide scholarships each year depends on the funds that are available through the David L. Strauss Memorial Scholarship Fund.

If you’d like to contribute to the David L. Strauss Memorial Scholarship Fund and help brain injury survivors and their caregivers/family members attend the 2024 Conference, please select the DONATE ONLINE button below to securely make a donation online. To pay by check, download and follow the instructions on the scholarship donation form.

A $325 contribution will support a single scholarship.  Any donation – whatever the amount – is appreciated and tax-deductible to the fullest extent of the law. 

Most importantly, you’ll have the satisfaction of knowing that you’re making a difference in the life of someone who will benefit from all that the 2024 BIAPA Conference has to offer.

View the video below and learn what the BIAPA Conference means to Brain Injury Survivors.