BI Awareness Social Media Toolkit

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Interested in sharing about brain injury but not sure how to start?

The Brain Injury Association of North Carolina is here to help! Feel free to download these graphics to share on your social media - Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn, Snapchat, Twitter, etc. Be sure to tag us in your posts so we can see how you use the images! Here are some hashtags you might use with your post:

  • #BrainInjuryAwareness
  • #BIANC @BIANorthCarolina
  • #ChangeYourMind
  • #ProtectYourBrain
  • #BrainInjury
  • #BrainInjuryAwarenessMonth
  • #NotAloneinBrainInjury
  • #TreatYourBrain

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March is Brain Injury Awareness Month

Here are some general posts about March being Brain Injury Awareness Month! You can add facts, resources, connect people to the Brain Injury Association of North Carolina, or a local news story/event!

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Did You Know?

"Did You Know" targets specific populations to help make the public aware the connection between them and brain injury. These can be connected to certain organization, websites, resources, or other information! Have an idea or statistic for another group? Let us know!

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Common Questions

A lot of people may have questions about what a brain injury is, what makes it different, and what kind of progress can be made by individuals. Here with "Common Questions" you can start conversation or ask your followers what other common questions they get or have related to brain injury!

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Wellness is key whether you have a brain injury or not. The Brain Injury Association of North Carolina strives to facilitate wellness in all areas for prevent brain injury and encourage a full, connected community life after injury.

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Motivational Quotes

Inspirational quotes are typically widely shared because they can be interpreted in the eye of the reader! Each one of these and more can be attributed to rehabilitation, progress, opportunity, and accomplishment after brain injury. It can be easy to give in to the challenges, but maybe with the right attitude and a couple of mantras (words or phrases to repeat to oneself or others to motivate or inspire).

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