Ohio Health Rehab Hospital Cheers To Raise Brain Injury Awareness!

Join the Ohio Health Rehab Hospital in their cheer section at the Cap City Half Marathon.  You will have a great time cheer and holding up posters to raise brain injury awareness.  The cheer section will be active from 7am-9am on April 28, 2018.  Click here for more information. 

Evolution of Stroke: A New Era Begins

On May 8th and 9th join experts in stroke from The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center and Mount Carmel Health System, along with national stroke authorities, for a comprehensive update on the latest advances in the diagnosis and treatment of complex stroke care.  Click Here for more information.

Guardianship in Ohio - A New Resource for Survivors and Families

Many thanks to Resch, Root and Philipps for authoring the new resource, Guardianship in Ohio.  More information about this new publication is available on our "Helpful Links" page, accessible by clicking on "Resources", above.

TBI Survivors and Art

What a great article by the Columbus Dispatch about TBI Survivors and their relatives expressing themselves through artistic masks.  Click here to read this article.


Brain injuries may have long-lasting or even life-long effects.  Individuals who have survived a brain injury and are managing their symptoms sometimes need assistance when communicating with someone who is not familiar with brain injuries.  BIAOH is here to help by offering a Brain Injury Survivor Card!  This card may be used by any brain injury survivor to help others understand the symptoms of a brain injury and effective ways of interacting with our survivors.  If you would like a Survivor Card, please contact our Helpline by calling (614) 481-7100 or by emailing help@biaoh.org.

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