This information is rarely found in one place. We pride ourselves on being able to connect people and families with special needs to resources that can help them navigate the challenges presented by brain injury. Below are two sets of presentations on how to financially plan for a loved one with special needs. Each topic has multiple dates each with a separate registration link. All of the information sessions are FREE!
ABLE vs Special Needs Trusts: An In-Depth Discussion
The Brain Injury Association of Virginia (BIAV) is hosting their 38th year of Camping at Camp Bruce McCoy! This year’s camp will have 4 different 1-day sessions in different locations around the state. Applications are due by April 1st, and registration is $150 but there is financial aid so please don’t let the price deter you! Everything you need to know to apply is here: https://www.biav.net/camp-2021/. For assistance with the application contact our Case Management Program.
March is Brain Injury Awareness Month! We’d like to start by sharing these stats with you, but our main goal this month is to tell the stories of adults with brain injuries, we’ll share how people are #morethantheirbraininjury. 5.3 million Americans have a disability due to a brain injury—that’s 2% of the population and likely includes someone you know.
If you’d like to get in on the movement to raise awareness you can check out the resources of the #MoreThanMyBrainInjury movement below. If you’d like help creating posts to share please let us know!
Our 2020 impact report is complete. Take a look at what we were able to accomplish together in 2020. Even though it was a difficult year, we are proud to have still supported adults with brain injuries in recovering their independence and enriching their lives.
Kindness and compassion are what the world needs more of. If you feel moved, you can give a gift to support adults with brain injuries this holiday season by visiting our website. Thank You and Happy Holidays!
Join the rest of the world in a day of giving! Giving Tuesday follows up Black Friday and Cyber Monday as a way to encourage folks to pay it forward and make the world a better place using the power of generosity.
We hope you’ll consider supporting us today.
Help us give the gift of resilience to people with brain injuries. By joining the movement, you’re providing a safe and loving community and space for adults with brain injuries to recover and grow.