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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!
Read Jim's story.

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Become a Sponsor: Put Your Organization in the Spotlight

For more than 30 years, the Brain Injury Association of Massachusetts has been improving the quality of life for survivors of brain injury and their families. BIA-MA was founded by families affected by brain injury.

With the help of our Corporate Partners and Sponsors, BIA-MA can continue to provide outstanding services to survivors and family members, and offer prevention and education programs to an ever-widening audience.

Corporate Partners:

Our corporate partners come from industries of all shapes and sizes. All of our partners are vital to building our programs. To learn more go to biama.org/corporatepartnership.

Annual Brain Injury Conference

For more than 30 years, our conference has provided a place to gather and discusss the challenges faced by the brain injury community. Survivors, caregivers, families, and professionals all benefit at this conference. Sponsorships span from exhibitor tables to presenting sponsors. Learn more at biama.org/annualconference

Annual Walk & Roll

Our newest event is the Annual Walk & Roll for Brain Injury. Held in three locations in Massachusetts, this awareness event offers individuals and teams a chance to support all those affected by brain injury and educate the communities in which the Walk & Roll is held. Learn more at www.biama.org/walk.

If you are interested in becoming a Corporate Sponsor or Event Sponsor, please contact Chesa Conrad, BIA-MA Development Manager, at cconrad@biama.org or 508-475-0032.