Building state and national capacity to create a better future alongside individuals affected by brain injury.

Presented by Gina Pollard, Certified Grief Recovery Specialist®, Certified Trauma Support Specialist, and Life Transition Coach This year has been EXTRA-ordinary to say the least. While those who identify with being a caregiver are all too familiar with being flexible, this year’s events have pushed many to the limit. We would like to offer our

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Peer-to-Peer Communication

Web-Based Organizational Resources

Continuing Education

A Unified Voice for Public Policy and Advocacy

Resource Generation


Brain Injury Awareness Month Materials

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2023 USBIA Webinars

May 17th @2:00pm EST: Rebeccah Wolfkiel, CEO of the National Association of State Head Injury Administrators (NASHIA) What can NASHIA do for your State?’ Open to anyone. Register here.

June 21st@ 2:00pm EST: Diversification of Funding. USBIA Members Only

June 22nd @12:00pm EST: Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Justice (DEIJ) is the latest hot topic. But how do we consider such big ideas and important decisions? Presented by Jack Storti, DEIJ consultant. Open to anyone. Register here.

August 9th @2:00pm EST: Sex and Gender Differences in Brain Injury and Why it Matters presented by Katherine Price Snedaker, LCSW CEO and Founder of PINK Concussions. This presentation will provide a broad overview of sex and gender differences in brain injury between men and women based on current scientific research and Katherine’s experience working with the thousands of women in the PINK Concussions Support Groups. Katherine will address why these differences are important for patients, families and clinicians to consider in care plans for women and girls. Open to anyone. Register here.

October 10th @2:00pm EST: Creating Visibility for your Organization USBIA Members Only

November 8th @2:00pm EST: Taking Our Space Within Disability presented by Shanna Mays, MBA-HCA. This presentation will provide an overview of The National Developmental Disability (DD) Network and the need for brain injury programs to push into the Network to create space for brain injury survivors within the disability community at large. Open to anyone Register here.