Posts by BIAV Administrator

May is Member Appreciation Month

Father and Daughter

We’re kicking off member appreciation month with a special member spotlight AND a one-month-only incentive to join. Lauren is the daughter of a TBI survivor, mother of two, and lives in Chesapeake! When asked about why she joined BIAV as a member, she said, “I know that coming together as a community can be one Read More »

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Study about Siblings of Individuals with Disabilities

Siblings

The Texas Council for Developmental Disabilities is conducting a survey about the experiences of siblings of individualswith disabilities. By taking this survey, you can help us learn more aboutneeded supports for siblings of individuals with disabilities. This onlinesurvey will take no more than 20-30 minutes to complete.You are eligible to take this survey if: you Read More »

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Brain Injury Awareness Month Proclamation

Heading Forward Together Conference banner

View the governor’s Proclamation of March as Brain Injury Awareness Month. Learn more about programs and services for individuals with a brain injury by the Virginia Department  for Aging and Rehabilitative Services along with a list of March activities across Virginia. 

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2018 Annual Report Now Available!

Annual Report for BIAV

Want to know more about our work? Check out our latest Annual Report.   Our 2018 Annual Report is hot off the presses. Read all about how our donors and supporters impacted the brain injury community in 2018 and get a sneak peek at what we’re planning for 2019. You can download the report, use Read More »

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New Grants Announced for Traumatic Brain Injury State Partnership Program

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There’s a lot going on with Administration for Community Living’s ( ACL) Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) program.  They recently awarded 24 three-year cooperative agreements under two new funding opportunities for ACL’s Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) State Partnership Program.   Virginia Department for Aging & Rehabilitative Services is one of ten states to receive the Mentor State Read More »

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