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BIAA HOME : CONFERENCE REGISTRATION : KANSAS

Welcome to Brain Injury Association of Kansas and Greater Kansas City

More people are becoming familiar with brain injury. Information about brain injury is often seen and heard in the news, especially when connected with military conflicts and sports injuries. No one knows the full picture of brain injury until it becomes personal. It is at times like these that accurate and timely information is needed. Brain Injury Association of Kansas and Greater Kansas City (BIAKS) is here to help. We provide information and resources, training, support group information, education on preventing brain injuries and a caring ear when needed.


News & Announcements

Paid Research Opportunity 18-Jul-2019

The Center on Brain Injury Research and Training (CBIRT) with the University of Oregon is seeking family caregivers with a child aged 3-18, who has been hospitalized overnight with a traumatic bra.. Read More...

Upper Limb Spasticity Study18-Jul-2019

Interested in participating in a study using botulinum toxin for treatment of stiffness, tightness and/or pain for your upper limb spasticity? Please click here (/_literature_156879/Upper_Limb_Spa.. Read More...

SPECIAL T-SHIRT SALE02-Jul-2019

Support the Brain Injury Association of Kansas and Greater Kansas City (BIAKS) with this limited-time opportunity! If you missed this year’s Memorial Day 10K/5K race in .. Read More...

BIA Applauds Kansas Legislature 01-Jul-2019

The United States has made remarkable progress in recent years in increasing awareness and research, and improving prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of traumatic brain injury (TBI). However, there .. Read More...

Memorial Day Run07-May-2019

Going the Distance for Brain Injury Get your running shoes ready as Memorial Day will once again feature the annual run for brain injury, sponsored by the Brain Injury Association of Kansas and Greate.. Read More...

Legislative Day20-Mar-2019

BIAKS was in Topeka for Legislative Day on March 20. Legislators or their staff enjoyed a piece of pie and education about brain injury issues. 'Unmasking Brain Injury' was on display, and our loc.. Read More...

11th Annual Beyond Rehab Conference for Professionals01-Mar-2019

Our 11th annual conference for professionals who work with people following a brain injury will take place March 26-27, 2019 at the BEST Conference Center on the KU Edwards Campus in Overland Park.. Read More...

Advocate for Brain Injury Awareness in Topeka On March 1901-Mar-2019

Brain Injury Association of Kansas and Greater Kansas City is honored to sponsor an advocacy day in Topeka on Tuesday, March 19th. Please join us for this free event at the Capitol Rotunda and hav.. Read More...

March is Brain Injury Awareness Month01-Mar-2019

March is Brain Injury Awareness Month! Brain Injury Association of Kansas and Greater Kansas City is proud to participate in Brain Injury Association of America's awareness campaign, Change Your M.. Read More...

Research study on transportation access for people with brain injury17-Jan-2019

Researchers at the Virginia Tech Transportation Institute want to learn about the travel and navigation experiences of individuals who face barriers to accessibility and inclusion in their communi.. Read More...

Free Brain Injury Identification Card18-Dec-2018

New York personal injury attorneys De Caro & Kaplen, LLP are making available a free brain injury identification card to help the millions of Americans who sustain a traumatic brain injury (TB.. Read More...

Expanding the Definition of Brain Injury for Medicaid Consumers16-Oct-2018

The State of Kansas, pending federal approval, has recently approved an expansion of its definition of brain injury for the Medicaid waiver. The waiver will now include a) people who have acquired b.. Read More...

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