Connect with BIA-MA


Brain Injury Association of Massachusetts is dedicated to providing support and resources to brain injury survivors, caregivers and family members, as well as educating the general public about brain injury and prevention. On our social media channels, you can find information about brain injury, tips for prevention, facts and statistics, survivors’ stories, motivational words and of course, a conversation we want you to get involved in! Make sure to check out the social media outlets below to join the conversation today!

Facebook: Our Facebook page offers survivors, caregivers, family members and professionals a place to discuss the latest developments in brain injury, hot-button issues within the field, such as concussions and CTE, and issues survivors and caregivers deal with each day. On our page you’ll find inspirational quotes for survivors, links to articles about brain injury, facts and statistics, tips, stories, polls and of course, the latest BIA-MA news. Whether you’re a survivor, caregiver, family member or professional, you’ll find something to interest you. “Like” our page today!

Twitter: On our Twitter page, you will find the latest articles and information about developments in brain injury, facts and statistics and updates on what’s new at BIA-MA. Follow us today!

Pinterest: Pinterest is a virtual pinboard that allows users to save, organize and share information, articles, photos and links that interest them. On our page, you’ll find boards on everything from brain injury facts and developments to motivational quotes, healthy recipes and alternative therapies, such as yoga and meditation techniques. Follow our boards today!

YouTube: YouTube is an excellent resource for those affected by brain injury. Our webcast series offers presentations on topics from stroke and aphasia, bike safety, substance abuse and tips for caregivers. Check out our channel today! 

You can also stay up-to-date on BIA-MA news by signing up for our e-newsletter here.


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