Brain Injury Alliance of Northern Ky
Brain Injury Alliance of Northern Ky (BIANK) offers support to those affected by brain injury by serving as a direct point-of-contact to assist with identifying and accessing community, regional, state and national resources.
BIANK focus is also on education and prevention programming, and promoting local community advocacy.
October Brain Injury Conference Rescheduled to March 2021
More Information Coming Soon!
Recorded Webinar Opportunities
There are a variety of free webinars and educational opportunities offered through national institutions and organizations.
Click below for access to a library of options!
We are a Source of Support
Supportive guidance, education, and advocacy can give HOPE to brain injury survivors and their families.
Our organization offers fee-free guidance to help survivors join local support groups, understand Medicaid waiver and state funding assistance, find agency providers or community organizations, access local/state/federal resources and more.
Public Policy Updates
The Department of Justice (DOJ) has issued revised ADA regulations under Title III, which covers many types of private businesses, or “places of public accommodation.” Many of these revisions apply to places of lodging, such as new requirements for reservation systems, and revised standards for facility access. (Click on the logo to learn more!)
The Brain Injury Association of America (BIAA) is the voice of brain injury on Capitol Hill. They tirelessly advocate for greater access to care for civilian and military populations, expanded brain injury research, adequate resources for state programs and increased congressional awareness of brain injury issues, among other priorities. (Click on the logo to learn about their current priorities!)
The Importance of Prevention
Brain Injury Alliance NKY
offers prevention education to the community through helmet give-a-ways, partnering with schools, and various community events.
Contact us to learn how you can get involved.