Get Involved With BIA-MA This Brain Injury Awareness Month

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This March, which is Brain Injury Awareness Month, BIA-MA will be posting a lot of helpful, supportive and educational content on our Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest and of course, blog. The content will focus on all areas of brain injury, including concussion and TBI, stroke and ABI, caregivers, survivors and support. We’ll be talking about alternative therapies that some survivors find especially helpful, such as hyperbaric oxygen therapy, music therapy and yoga, and other issues, such as caregiver fatigue, depression and stress. Whether you’re a survivor, caregiver, family member or professional, you’ll find helpful and intriguing content on all of our social media channels. Make sure you follow us on all of our social media channels to stay up-to-date on Brain Injury Awareness Month and see all of our posts.

Our blog will also feature some guest bloggers, including some from our very own organization, as well as survivors, caregivers and family members who will share their experiences, tips and advice. If you’re interested in guest blogging for the Brain Injury Association of Massachusetts or if you have content or ideas for the upcoming Brain Injury Awareness Month, we would love to talk to you! Please e-mail us at socialmedia@biama.org.

And don’t forget to participate in our #BrainInjuryAffects campaign! Whether you’re a brain injury survivor, caregiver, family member or professional, you have a story to share. Please help us increase awareness of brain injury this March and participate in our exciting social media and advocacy campaign by clicking here. It only takes a minute to make a difference!

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