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
- 2017 BIA-MA Annual Brain Injury Conference
- ACBIS Brain Injury Certification Program
Upcoming Educational Events
|ABI Clinical Continuing Education Certificate||Jan 26-27, 2017||
An Acquired Brain Injury (ABI) continuing education certificate developed to enhance the knowledge, expertise, and skills of providers working with brain injury survivors. Learn more.
|2017 BIA-MA 36th Annual Brain Injury Conference||Mar 30, 2017||
This one-day, state-wide conference provides a place to gather and discuss the challenges faced by the brain injury community. In 2016, over 800 participants attended a variety of 29 workshops, and networked with over 50 exhibitors. We are currently taking applications for Workshop and Poster Proposals. Learn more.
Now accepting Sponsor & Exhibitor registrations, Workshop Proposals, and Poster Presentations. Learn more.
Questions? Contact the Education department at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 508-475-0032.