Education and Training
BIA-MA is dedicated to educating the public about brain injury, as well as providing the latest information and resources to professionals, medical providers, caregivers, survivors and families.
BIA-MA serves as a centralized source of education for medical professionals and individuals working or aspiring to work in the field of brain injury. BIA-MA also offers educational programs to survivors, family members, and the general public.
BIA-MA's education and training offerings include:
- MRC Provider Trainings
- Ivy Street School/BIA-MA Annual Excellence in Special Education Summit
- ABI Clinical Continuing Education Series
- BIA-MA Annual Brain Injury Conference
- ACBIS Brain Injury Certification Program
Upcoming Educational Events
|MRC Provider Training: Alcohol, Other Drugs, and Brain Injury||Nov 10, 2016||
**THIS WORKSHOP IS NOW FULL - To be placed on a waiting list, please contact Laura MacFeeley at email@example.com.**
This *FREE* half-day training looks at brain function, behavior, and the science of addiction.
What happens when an acquired brain injury is influenced by alcohol, illicit drugs, or misuse of prescription drugs?
|ABI Clinical CE Series||Jan 26-27, 2017||
A continuing education series developed to enhance the knowledge, expertise, and skills of providers working with brain injury survivors. Watch this space for more details!
For more information contact Laura MacFeeley, BIA-MA Education Coordinator, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call (508) 475-0032.