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Living Life Fully series scheduled for Glendale this Fall! 

BIAAZ is thrilled to announce their wildly popular series for survivors of all types of brain injury will be taking place in Glendale on the campus of Midwestern University. 

Learn about the Brain Injury Alliance! 

Survivors, caregivers, and community members are invited to join us for our Brain Injury 101 taking place in September. Feel free to bring your own snacks or drinks for this informative session on the programs and resources of the Brain Injury Alliance. 
Registration is open for our encore Be Safe course! 
Join us for an engaging and interactive screening that will empower communities to address the safety needs of adults with disabilities as they interact with first responders. This training was developed for those with Autism, but we have modified it for those with cognitive impairment. 
Celebrate National Concussion Awareness Day 
On September 20th, please join us for an educational training geared towards human service employees, nonprofit leaders, and community members. This training will cover a variety of topics around the cognitive impact of trauma and injury, with a deep dive into supporting those who have served in the military. 
Young Adult Brain Injury Support Group: 
Managing Recovery from Brain Injury as a Family 

Caregivers and Survivors of all types of brain injury ages 18-35 are invited to join us for our monthly support group. Sibling duo Kiera and Chad are our guest speakers. Chad sustained a brain injury as an 8-year-old after a serious car accident. His family has been part of his support system during his lifelong recovery from the accident. The sibling duo will share the super-powered secrets to their resilience and success
TUCSON UnMasking
The Brain Injury Alliance of Arizona (BIAAZ) invites survivors of brain injury and caregivers to participate in Unmasking Brain Injury, a visual art and education project to be displayed across Arizona!
Brain Gym may help optimize brain performance! 

Based on a series of 26 movements designed to promote a more effective mind-body connection, Brain Gym exercises have been effective in improving the following areas:

  • Concentration and Focus
  • Memory
  • Physical Coordination
  • Organization Skills
  • Attitude
These classes are open to the public, designed for those with cognitive challenges and you must bring your own water bottle to participate!
Brain Health &
´╗┐Concussion Run 
On October 16th, join us for a fun community event to raise awareness and funds to support programs and services in Southern Arizona.
Meditation to Ignite Your Health

Join us in October for a look at using meditation to reduce your stress and promote healing in your body after accident, illness or injury. Julie Rake is your guide as you try three different styles of meditation and discuss the health benefits.