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Welcome to the Brain Injury Alliance of Wisconsin!

Brain Injury Alliance of Wisconsin
N63 W23583 Main Street, Suite A
Sussex, WI 53089

Our Mission: "The prevention of brain injury and the full participation in life for individuals with brain injury"

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“United in Brain Injury: Our Stories • Our Resources • Our Dreams”

May 5 – May 6, 2014
Kalahari Resort
Wisconsin Dells, WI

Visit our news page for all the conference details!

Call to Action

Maternal & Child Health: Reach Out & Help Families Enroll

Published on Jan 29, 2014 (HRSA)
How maternal and child health professionals can reach out to their communities and encourage families to enroll in health coverage through the Affordable Care Act before open enrollment closes on March 31.

M=make C=change H=happen! All families deserve affordable healthcare. Watch this video and do your part to help improve Maternal and Child Health nationwide: Click Here for the Video.

Click to view full size! Governor's Proclamation!

BIAW continues its annual initiative with the Governor’s Office in proclaiming March as Brain Injury Awareness Month. We received our proclamation and proudly post it -Click here to view.

Save the Date for the 2014 Walk for Thought - Saturday, October 4, 2014.

BIAW is now the Brain Injury Alliance of Wisconsin. Although our name has changed, BIAW will continue to provide the same programs and services that we have for over 30 years.

A brain injury can happen to anyone at anytime. An accident, a fall, a bump, no matter how small, can change everything.

The Brain Injury Alliance of Wisconsin (BIAW) is here to help. We provide education, advocacy, prevention, information & resources, and support services to brain injury survivors, their families, and the people who serve them throughout the State.

BIAW is a non-profit organization that brings together people with brain injuries, their families, friends, and concerned professionals. Our mission is the prevention of brain injury and the full participation in life for individuals with brain injury

Navigate our site by clicking on the topics listed in the left-side menu. Here you and your family will find answers to some of the questions and concerns you have and learn about resources that may help you. Professionals will find resources and information that will help them in their work. Together, we can create the best outcomes for those living with brain injury.

No brain injury is too mild to ignore or too severe to lose hope.

Contact Us

Contact The Brain Injury Alliance of Wisconsin by email at kjohanson@biaw.org. Please try to be as specific as possible regarding the question(s) you have or the information that is needed.

Sometimes, we find that it is easier to answer questions and help individuals when we are able to speak one-on-one. You can call BIAW at: 1 (262) 790-9660 or In-State Toll-Free: at 1 (800) 882-9282.

We can also be reached at the following address:

Brain Injury Alliance of Wisconsin

N63 W23583 Main Street, Suite A
Sussex, WI 53089
Phone: 1 (262) 790-9660
In-State Toll-Free: 1 (800) 882-9282
Fax: 1 (262) 790-9670
2014 Office Hours:
Monday - Thursday..9 AM - 3 PM
Fridays...........By Appointment

IMPORTANT: The contents of this website, informational packets or handouts, such as text, graphics, or images are for informational purposes only. The content is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment or for legal advice or representation. Please seek out a medical or legal professional for those types of services.

Kasey Johanson

February 6, 2014

Our Board of Directors is pleased to announce the appointment of Kasey Johanson as our new Executive Director. Click here for more info

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