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Ryan Farrell

"My recovery continues each day"
Ryan was performing with her cheering squad when a flyer on top of her stunt group fell and landed on her. A short time later, she collapsed and did not regain consciousness. She had sustained a traumatic brain injury (TBI), along with a collapsed lung and fractured vertebrae in her neck. Read Ryan's story

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Education and Training

academy 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:

Upcoming Educational Events

Event When Description  
ABI Clinical CE Series May 12, Jun 9 A continuing education series developed to enhance the knowledge, expertise, and skills of providers working with brain injury survivors. Learn more

Managing Difficult Behaviors Jun 20, 2016 *FOR PROVIDERS ONLY* Developed for direct care staff at provider organizations to develop strategies for clients with ABI. Call Laura MacFeeley 508-475-0032 or lmacfeeley@biama.org
Traumatic Brain Injury Jun 21, 2016 *FOR PROVIDERS ONLY* Providesa basic understanding of brain structure, epidemiology, and consequences of TBI. Call Laura MacFeeley 508-475-0032 or lmacfeeley@biama.org

Education and Training Archive

For more information about BIA-MA's education programs, email education@biama.org or call the office at (508) 475-0032.