Archive for March 2011

“Journey of Purpose” Brain Injury Conference – March 23 & 24, 2011

March 29, 2011

In 2011, our Annual Brain Injury Conference “Journey of Purpose” marked a very special occasion – 20 years of BIAD’s presence in Delaware.

“Journey of Purpose” had an exciting lineup – starting with Keynote Speaker Dr. Al Condeluci. Throughout both days, BIAD provided timely and pertinent subjects for many different types of registrants – from survivors to caregivers to healthcare professionals – allowing them to learn more about themselves and others, and new types of treatments and services.

We would like to thank JEVS and Success Rehab for sponsoring the conference and its activities! We would also like to thank our exhibitors, those who serve the brain injury population directly. Thank you for your commitment to create a better future for brain injury survivors.

BIAD Promotional Video

March 24, 2011

This a Video about who BIAD  is and what we do for the people of the state of Delaware

http://www.youtube.com/user/StampsPixDotCom#p/u/0/yjC6qywSWZY

Overcoming a brain injury has given Delta’s Travis Brown a new purpose in life by Tim Walker

March 21, 2011

Always an inspiring story to be told

http://www.ydr.com/ci_17646092

Light Therapy May Aid Traumatic Brain Injury By Tim Walker

March 21, 2011

Intersting Article

http://www.medpagetoday.com/Neurology/HeadTrauma/25433

REMINDER BY TIM WALKER ACT NOW!!!!!!!

March 21, 2011

Please remember that registration is open to our annual conference. It will be held at Clayton Hall at the University of Delaware. The dates are March 23-24

Please visit our website http://www.biade.org for more information

Coming Back to Life by Tim Walker Written by Lee Woodruff

March 8, 2011

As the nation roots for Gabrielle Giffords’s recovery, the wife of ABC’s Bob Woodruff talks about the long road back from brain injury

http://www.parade.com/news/views/guest/110306-coming-back-to-life.html

TBI: Many Patients Do Not Get the Care Gabrielle Giffords Has by Tim Walker

March 4, 2011

Many Insurance Companies Do Not Cover Long-Term Tramuatic Brain Injury Treatment

http://abcnews.go.com/Health/Wellness/tbi-woman-denied-long-term-rehab-traumatic-brain/story?id=12931535