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Support Groups

Support Groups Looking for a support group? You’ve come to the right place!  You can view a list of support groups around Virginia or use our Search for a Community Resource feature to narrow your search geographically. Living with a brain injury can be lonely. It helps to know you are not alone – whether you…

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A Port in the Storm – Support Group Leaders Gather in Richmond

~Christine Baggini, Senior Resource Coordinator, Brain Injury Association of Virginia Port comes from the Latin word portus, meaning “haven” or “harbor.” A port is seen as a place of safe arrival as in the proverb “any port in a storm.” Port is also a verb, meaning “to carry.” Support group leaders are a tremendously important…

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Services

Services “Through BIAV’s educational events and resources, I am able to share all I’ve learned with others, so they, too, can get the much-needed help they deserve. If it were not for my daughter’s strength and the support of BIAV, I don’t know that we would be in the place we are today.” ~ Kelly…

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How Can We Help?

Resources Find a Local Resource You can search our database of local resources online right here on our site. Search Resource Lilbrary We are always adding information, so be sure to check back often for additional information and resources. Get Started Resource Request Form We have a library of information on brain injury, its resulting…

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Misson

Our Mission The mission of the Association is to advance education, awareness, support, treatment and research to improve the quality of life for all people affected by brain injury. Historical Timeline Review our organizations timeline. Scope of Services More information about our services and eligibility requirements. Virginian’s We Served Last Year! 7,000 Last year we provided…

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Self-Care and Resilience

Self-Care and Resilience Self- Care and Resilience As a caregiver for an individual with a brain injury there are many effects  on your health and well-being.  As the saying goes “ put your own oxygen mask on first before you assist anyone else.”  When you are taken care of, then the person you are caring…

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