The Brain Injury Association of North Carolina is excited to partner with NASHIA to host our virtual Annual Conference November 4th-6th 2021. The conference will feature speakers and exhibitors discussing the latest updates and research in the brain injury world. CEU's are offered. Registration is now open!


Virtual Camp begins Monday, September 27th, 2021. For over 25 years, the Brain Injury Association of North Carolina (BIANC) Camp has been an opportunity to connect, create, and relax. Even with the difficulties we are facing in 2021, we want to bring you a fun experience and give you the opportunity to interact with others affected by Brain Injury. This year’s Camp will be held virtually and links to the daily activities can be found on the Camp page for your viewing.

Thriving Survivor Online Day Program

These weekly classes are available from your living room (via Zoom video conferencing), helping to enrich your day, offer coping strategies, and build skills. Individuals, groups, day programs, residential facilities, and others are welcome to join!

COVID-19 (Coronavirus)

BIANC staff are still available via phone for connecting to resources & training. View our blog post for resources & information. Visit the CDC & NC DHHS websites for the most up to date information.

Click here for: Post COVID Care Centers - NC — Survivor Corps

Falls Aware Bingo-Music Trivia

Falls Awareness Day is September 22, 2021! To acknowledge the leading cause of Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI), we are hosting a free event full of fun, music, prizes, and a bit of falls awareness strategies. Register today to receive your Bingo Card & win great prizes!

Offering Help, Hope, and a Voice

The Brain Injury Association of North Carolina is a statewide, non-profit organization, providing resources, outreach, advocacy, and training to persons living with brain injury, their families, caregivers, and professionals.

North Carolina TBI Waiver Program

Do you live in Cumberland, Durham, Johnston, or Wake County?  Are you eligible for Medicaid?  Were you 22 or older when you had your traumatic brain injury? Connect with Alliance Health today!

The Need in North Carolina

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North Carolinians were reported to sustain a traumatic brain injury (or TBI) in one year’s time; however, the actual estimates of those living with long-term disability related to TBI is more around 200,000 people in North Carolina.
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Connections are made by the Brain Injury Association of North Carolina each year, including 2,500 resource calls, emails, and/or face-to-face visits. We strive to reach as many individuals living with brain injury, families, and professionals as possible.
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Individuals participate in trainings provided by the Brain Injury Association of North Carolina each year available online, by webinar, in-person, or at annual conferences. Our trainings help to expand awareness around brain injury and appropriate strategies.

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The Brain Injury Association of North Carolina is a statewide non-profit organization striving to better the lives of individuals living with brain injury.

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