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Highmark Walk for a Healthy Community

The Brain Injury Association of Pennsylvania will participate in the Highmark Walk for a Healthy Community in Pittsburgh on Saturday, May 12.  There’s still time to register to walk and also to donate.  100% of the funds raised in this event benefit BIAPA. Walkers and rollers can choose between a 5K or 1 mile route. …

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Brain Safety Fair at the Franklin Institute

BIAPA will participate in the Franklin Institute’s Community Night on Tuesday, April 24.  The evening will include family-friendly activities designed to teach children and adults how the brain works and suggest ways to prevent brain injury.  A highlight will be the fitting and distribution of free bicycle helmets.  

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2018 Race to Recovery is Sunday, April 22

The Race to Recovery offers everyone the opportunity to support the Brain Injury Association of Pennsylvania and have fun in beautiful East Goshen Park!  For avid runners, it’s a 5K scenic timed course and for beginner runners, a fun, supportive run, and well mapped run! Proceeds from the run will benefit the Brain Injury Association…

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2018 Run, Walk,Roll for Brain Injury is April 21

The Brain Injury Association of Pennsylvania (BIAPA) and Camp Cranium will hold the annual Run, Walk, Roll for Brain Injury on Saturday, April 21 at Tyler State Park in Newtown.   The event gives everyone an opportunity to participate.  For avid runners, it offers a 5k scenic timed course; for beginner runners, a fun, supportive run;…

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2018 Conference

The Brain Injury Association of Pennsylvania’s 18th Annual Conference is June 24-26, 2018 at the Lancaster Marriott at Penn Square in Lancaster, PA. This year’s theme is Confronting the Challenges of Today for a Stronger Tomorrow. The conference program will feature four outstanding and dynamic keynote sessions, as well as three concurrent educational tracks. Learn…

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