Programs

The Brain Injury Association of Pennsylvania conducts many on-going programs to prevent brain injury and improve the quality of life for people who have experienced brain injury and their family members through support, education, advocacy, and research.

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Annual Conference
Each year BIAPA holds a conference for the entire brain injury community in Lancaster, PA.  The 2022 Conference will be June 26 - 28, 2022.
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Application Assistance
BIAPA provides Pre-Enrollment Assistance Services to help individuals with Brain Injury and their family members apply for Department of Health’s Head Injury Program.
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Brain Injury Resource Line (BIRL)
The Brain Injury Resource Line (BIRL) is a toll-free number staffed by BIAPA volunteers who are able to provide resource information to all who call.
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Brain Safety Fairs
BIAPA presents educational and fun-filled Brain Safety Fairs throughout the state each year. Many events include the fitting and distribution of free bicycle helmets.
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Education and Training
BIAPA provides education and training services for both the lay person and the professional.
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School Re-Entry: BrainSTEPS
The BrainSTEPS School Re-Entry Program is designed to consult with school teams and families in the development and delivery of educational services for students who have experienced any type of acquired brain injury.
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Support Group Listing
BIAPA maintains a list of support groups throughout Pennsylvania.  The Association also hosts a monthly virtual support group every third Thursday of each month at 5PM. Email survivorsupport@biapa.org for more information.
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