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Founded in 1981, the Brain Injury Association of Indiana is the first charter chapter of the national Brain Injury Association of America. Our members include people with brain injuries, family members, friends, and professionals who work with people who have had brain and head injuries. We support and advocate for persons with brain injury and their families throughout the state of Indiana.

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Join us for the 1st Annual BIAI Wiffleball Tournament!

The Brain Injury Association of Indiana is proud to announce our very first Annual BIAI Wiffleball Tournament! This event is a FANTASTIC opportunity to have anyone impacted by brain injury to have a GRAND SLAM of a FUN time while raising funds to help BIAI to continue our mission. The tournament provides a time for games, activities, socialization, and celebration of the beautiful Fall season! The event aims to bring together our Indiana community of survivors, families, professionals, and supports as a united voice against this silent epidemic.

We plan to do so by having registered teams of players, a silent auction, and fall-themed crafts and contests. Wiffleball players can register to participate no matter what level of skill or physical ability. Stand-in runners and hitters will be available on site, as needed. If you are interested in participating or attending the event to support our mission, please refer to the information below

When: Saturday, October 29, 2022. Registration begins at 9:00 am, and games will start at 10:00 am.

Where: Journey Lutheran Ministries in Fishers, Indiana

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The Brain Injury Association of Indiana is a nonprofit 501 c (3) service organization dedicated to reducing the incidence and impact of brain injury through education, advocacy, support, prevention and by facilitating inter-agency commitment and collaboration.

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