Brain Injury Awareness Month

March is Brain Injury Awareness Month

For more than three decades, The Brain Injury Association of America leads the nation in observing Brain Injury Awareness Month in March each year.The Brain Injury Association of Indiana joins BIAA is promoting Brain Injury Awareness.

The theme for the new 2024 campaign is “My Brain Injury Journey“.

The #MyBrainInjuryJourney public awareness campaign seeks to:

  • Grab the attention of the public by shining light on some of the lesser-known aspects about brain injury—its chronic nature, and that brain injuries look different for each individual survivor.
  • Educate the public around the complexities of brain injuries—how each one is unique, that they’re more than simply a one-time event, and that for many, these are invisible disabilities that keep others from fully understanding the entire picture, or the “real story.”
  • Open the door to a larger conversation around the CDC or CMS formally recognizing and categorizing brain injury as a chronic health condition like heart disease or diabetes.

How can I get involved with the “My Brain Injury Journey” campaign?

Visit the Campaign Website

Share your Story

Print out the sign, finish the sentence with something personal to you, and take a picture to help you share your story. Share on social media and with others. Share with BIAI  at and we will share your story to raise awareness.

Click here to access the My Brain Injury Journey is… sign

Download the My Brain Injury Journey Logo

Click here to download the new My Brain Injury Logo

Share Poster and Fact Sheet

Click here to download  BIAA_2024_Brain-Injury-Facts-Statistics_V3 (2) and BIAA_2024_CampaignToolkit_Poster (1)

Write to Congress

Write your members of congress to add your voice. Click here to access the letter writing template and form to complete on BIAA’s website.

Donate to Brain Injury Association of Indiana’s Brain Injury Awareness Campaign

Donate to Brain Injury Association of Indiana to support BIAI’s awareness and education efforts for the silent epidemic of Acquired Brain Injury. Click here to donate:

Click here to read more about Brain Injury Association of America’s 2024 Brain Injury Awareness Campaign: