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Joanne Susi

"It's the difference between surviving and thriving...and I'm thriving here."Joanne Susi was BIA-MA's keynote speaker at the 35th Annual Brain Injury Conference. On March 16, 2011, Joanne Susi's life was transformed. After three long years in a nursing home, she moved into the community as a result of the ABI Waiver Program. Read Joanne's story

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BIA-MA 35th Annual Brain Injury Conference (2016)

35th BIA-MA Brain Injury Conference a Huge Success!!

What a great way to end Brain Injury Awareness month! On Thursday, March 24th over 800 professionals, brain injury survivors, families and caregivers gathered together at the Best Western Royal Plaza Hotel & Trade Center in Marlborough, Massachusetts for BIA-MA's 35th Annual Brain Injury Conference. The sold-out conference featured a record crowd, 29 educational workshops, over 50 exhibitors, 3 poster presentations, and multiple learning and networking opportunities.

We would like to take this opportunity to thank our Presenting Sponsor, HealthSouth, and the Massachusetts Rehabilitation Commission (MRC), and other sponsors and exhibitors for making this year's event possible. The Brain Injury Association of Massachusetts also thanks the members of the Annual Conference Planning Committee for the outstanding content of this year's conference, our keynote speaker, Joanne Susi, and all of our workshop presenters.

2016 Conference Evaluations

Everyone must have a username and password to access the online evaluation. Your username and password to access the evaluation website was sent in an email from "Express Evaluations". Here is the link to access evaluations:

http://data.express-evaluations.com/eval/38090/web/

                       
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For any questions contact Laura MacFeeley at 800-242-0030 or lmacfeeley@biama.org.