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...

BIAU welcomes new Executive Director Glenn Lanham

BIAU welcomes new Executive Director Glenn Lanham

The Brain Injury Alliance of Utah is proud to announce W. Glenn Lanham as its new Executive Director. Glenn comes to the organization with a unique set of professional and personal experience that will open up opportunities to serve those in our community who are...

Thank You George!

Thank You George!

The board of directors, staff and beneficiaries of the Brain Injury Alliance would like to offer a heart felt thank you to George Gehling for his service as the Executive Director for the past two years. Under his leadership we have strengthened our programs,...

Year End Giving

Year End Giving

Donations We need your support to succeed in our mission! Please help us make a difference for people with brain injury and their families! Over 50,000 Utahns and their families struggle each day with the lasting effects of brain injury. The Alliance works to help...

Dr. Bigler, Webinar

Dr. Bigler, Webinar

“Tomorrow, November 12th at noon mountain time, the Brain Injury Alliance of Utah will be broadcasting a webinar featuring Dr. Bigler, professor of Psychology and Neuroscience at BYU, and teacher and mentor to many professionals who work with people with brain...

Bike Helmet Sales Reach New Heights

Bike Helmet Sales Reach New Heights

Suzanne Kingsford (pictured) purchased the 1,000th $5 bike helmet sold this year by the Brain Injury Alliance.  In fact, Suzanne liked the helmet so much she purchased three more for herself, her husband and another of their children. Bike accidents are the third...