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



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.

Click here to to learn about our mission and more.


BIAI would like to give a HUGE THANK YOU to Sons of the American Legion!

BIAI thanks the Sons of the American Legion for their extremely kind and generous donation they made to BIAI. This generous gift will allow BIAI to continue to move forward with our mission to help  Hoosiers impacted by brain injury. During the past few years, the Sons of the American Legion have been helping BIAI to provide information and support to individuals impacted by brain injury to increase public awareness. Thank you to the Sons of the American Legion for all of your hard work and dedication to our mission


BIAI thanks everyone who participated in our 2nd Annual BIAI Wiffleball Tournament! A BIG THANK YOU to all players and teams, sponsors, donators, silent auction givers and players and all involved!

And a very SPECIAL thank you to Pastor John and Journey Ministries for sharing your beautiful space with us! We are so grateful!

Here’s to our 2023 Wiffleball Sponsors!

“Grand Slam” Sponsor:

  •  Doehrman, Buba and Ring

“Homerun” Sponsors:

  • Goodman Campbell
  • Indiana Neuropsychology Group

“Triple” Sponsors:

  • Wilson, Kehoe and Winingham, LLC
  • Premiere Youth Fundraising Inc.

“Double” Sponsors:

  •  NeuroRestorative
  • IU Occupational Therapy
  • Mission: Breakout Lafayette

Watch for information to come on our 3rd Annual BIAI Wiffleball Tournament 2024!

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Right Hemisphere Designs creates one-of-a-kind works of art with 100% of profits being donated to BIAI and other organizations dedicated to serving individuals touched by disability and traumatic health experiences, including brain injury, stroke, neurodegenerative diseases, and others.”

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Have You Found Your Support Group?
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Join us at one of our many Support Groups across Indiana.

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Love Your Brain Yoga
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Participate in a research-backed, six-week yoga and meditation series designed based on the science of resilience.

How Can You Help?
How Can You Help?
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There are many ways that your donation can help friends or family with Traumatic Brain Injuries, donate today.

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Enjoy Coffee and Tea roasted to order!
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Click here to purchase and enjoy delicious coffee or tea! A portion of your sale goes to support our mission! Order now and order often!

Interested in the newest brain injury research?

Check out our research opportunities and learn more!

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Unmasking Brain Injury

Visit Unmaksing Brain Injury Association to see the amazing masks made by individuals with brain injury living in 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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*This website is dedicated in the memories of  Brendan Faul  & Susan Hartlerode