Summer Newsletter

Summer Newsletter

As a friend of the Brain Injury Alliance of Utah, we wanted to let you know first that our summer eNewsletter has been published! Read about what has been happening behind the scenes; from legislative influence, national connections with brain injury advocate leaders,...

28th Annual Family & Professionals Conference

28th Annual Family & Professionals Conference

The 28th Annual Family & Professionals Conference is fast approaching! Join us on Friday, October 13th at the Davis Conference Center in Layton, Utah. We are delighted to announce this year’s keynote speaker is Mark L. Fox, Speech Language Pathologist at...

Community Outreach

Community Outreach

We are consistently told that rural hospital personnel and other medical and mental health providers aren’t aware of the free resources we provide for brain injury survivors. Throughout the summer BIAU’s Executive Director Glenn Lanham is traveling to rural community...

The People Behind the Progress

The People Behind the Progress

Have you ever heard of the UBIC? They are a behind-the-scenes organization that may be doing more to help you than you know. The UBIC, the Utah Brain Injury Council, has a singular purpose: “The mission of Utah Brain Injury Council (UBIC) is to advocate for,...

If You Can Talk, You Can Help



The BIAU is fortunate to receive funds from the TBI fund. With these funds, we facilitate miracles. But as of today, not all TBI survivors are taking advantage of these incredible resources simply because they do not know the extent of what we can do for them. Can you...

Yoga, Climbing and Reading Support Groups

Yoga, Climbing and Reading Support Groups

The BIAU has established new partnerships with Full Circle Yoga and Momentum Climbing in an effort to broaden our outreach and support to the brain injury community. Also, a new youth support group for children with brain injury, Story Time with Mrs. Bee, began this...