Public Hearings Notice

WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 3, 2024(Hearings begin at 10:00 a.m.) The purpose of the hearings is to receive comments on the Governor’s proposed 2024-26 biennial state budget.  All public hearings will be held virtually.  There will be four separate virtual hearings with legislators from each region participating as follows:           Northern Virginia         Western Virginia…

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Updated Targeted Case Management Timeline

Program Development and Timeline DMAS anticipates the implementation of brain injury services TCM occurring in two phases, provider enrollment and referral/authorization. Provider Enrollment began in August 2023 and DMAS anticipates individuals will be able to access and begin services in January 2024. https://vamedicaid.dmas.virginia.gov/bulletin/delay-implementation-brain-injury-services-case-management-service

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Making Headway Conference – Call for Presenters

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The Brain Injury Association of Virginia (BIAV) is committed to provide quality educational opportunities for professionals, individuals and families that are impacted by brain injury.  We are currently seeking individuals to present new and innovative topics on providing support and success in recovery and community living for individuals with a brain injury for our annual Making…

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Medicaid Returning to Normal Enrollment

Do to the COVID-19 Pandemic Medicaid has not conducted their annual Medicaid renewal process over the past 3 year.  Medicaid is now transitioning to return to normal operations, new renewal notifications will be sent based on the renewal calendar over the next 12 months, from March 2023 – February 2024. Individuals are given 30 days…

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BIAV’s Wellness Series is Back!

BIAV’s Wellness Series is back! Our goal is to provide various opportunities for our community to socialize, focus on wellness and fun, and above all, to connect with and support each other. Over the next few months, we will host a virtual series focused on experiencing wellness through the creative arts. These events are free…

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Why We Love BIAV – National Non-Profit Day 2022

On August 17th, the US celebrates National Non-Profit Day to recognize the impact of charitable organizations. We are proud to be a statewide, primary source of information and personal support for individuals, families, and professionals whose lives have been impacted by brain injury. Nearly 300,000 Virginians are disabled as a result of TBI and stroke.…

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Back to the Basics

Injuries to our brains can affect every aspect of our lives. From the way we see the world to the way we understand it, there’s a lot of change. Brain injury is sometimes an entirely separate issue to mental health, but brain injury can lead to new mental health symptoms developing, and mental health issues…

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