Time to Get Rolling!

Time to Get Rolling!

It’s not too late to get rolling! Just 4 more days before BIAU’s annual “Run, Walk, & Roll” 5K! Time hasn’t run out, but it is about to! Click here for details on registration! Remember: Jamie Mo-Crazy will be there to share her incredible story. You could...

Be Inspired

Be Inspired

You Won’t Want To Miss This! Have you ever watched extreme sports in the Olympics and thought, “What if they went down?” Well, Jamie Crane-Mauzy can tell you. In 2015, Olympic skier Jamie “Mo-Crazy” went for a double flat-spin 720. She came down face first,...

Be a Hero: May 2016 5K

Be a Hero: May 2016 5K

Why “Run, Walk, and Roll?” We want everyone to be able to accomplish a goal—at their level. Have you ever run a 5K next to someone in a wheelchair? Or crossed the finish line to see heroic families of those who are trying to beat the odds? If you want a 5K that...

Love Utah, Give Utah

Love Utah, Give Utah

On March 31st, Love Utah, Give Utah is having a monumental 24-hour state-wide event on behalf of BIAU. You can participate! (https://loveutgiveut.razoo.com/giving_events/UT16/home) Over 50,000 Utahns live with the challenges of brain injury. 20,000 people are...

Find A Support Group in Your Area

Find A Support Group in Your Area

Sometimes the best medicine comes in the form of relation to other people who experience your same challenges. We at the Brain Injury Alliance of Utah are committed to providing resources and connections to those who are suffering. One way we do that is through...

Utah Legislative Sessions Wraps Up

Utah Legislative Sessions Wraps Up

The Brain Injury Alliance of Utah continued its tradition of working closely with key Utah legislators during the 2016 legislative session. The BIAU is fortunate to receive public support through the TBI Fund, administered by the Utah Department of Health Violence...

New Caregiver Program Launches January 2016

New Caregiver Program Launches January 2016

Caregivers of a family member with a brain injury often face many hurdles and burdens in finding their way.  The initial diagnosis of injury, or illness, and acute care is only the first step of the journey.  Getting the necessary knowledge and support as a caregiver...