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Joanne Susi

"I lost consciousness in the helicopter and I remember thinking I was dead, and that this was the end…then nothing,” Jim has no memory of his time in the hospital during his stroke, but came out the other side dedicated to fight his way back. And fight he did!
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About Us

A private, nonprofit organization, BIA-MA provides Support & Resources to brain injury survivors and their families; Prevention Programs to educate the public on the impact of brain injuries; Education & Training for brain injury survivors, caregivers and professionals; and Legislative Advocacy for improved community services and safety laws (seat belts, helmets).

BIA-MA annually provides support, information and resources to approximately 14,000 survivors, families and medical professionals. BIA-MA sponsors more than 50 support groups throughout Massachusetts which provides a forum for sharing information about brain injury and an opportunity to meet others who share similar experiences and concerns. It also organizes a variety of educational, recreational and social activities.

BIA-MA collaborates with the Massachusetts Rehabilitation Commission (MRC), Department of Public Health (DPH), Registry of Motor Vehicles (RMV), Executive Office of Elder Affairs, and other associations to prevent brain injuries and provide services to survivors. The Brain Injury Association of Massachusetts was incorporated in 1982 and is a chartered affiliate of the Brain Injury Association of America.

Our Mission is to create a better future for brain injury survivors through brain injury prevention, education, advocacy and support.

Our Vision is a world where all preventable brain injuries are prevented, all unpreventable brain injuries are minimized, and all individuals who have experienced brain injury maximize quality of life.

Our Purpose is to provide support to brain injury survivors and their families, offer programs to prevent brain injuries, educate the public on the impact of brain injury, and advocate for community services.

FY'17 Annual Report