The Brain Injury Alliance of Utah is still open and running, and now in a new location! Our office is located in the Craig H. Neilsen Rehabilitation Hospital at 85 N. Medical Drive, Salt Lake City.
We can be reached at 801-709-1420 or by emailing Glenn at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our new mailing address is:
BIAU for Your Business
Invite our Executive Director, Glenn Lanham, to your next staff meeting! He will give a short presentation on the many resources available to you and your clients through the Brain Injury Alliance of Utah. Contact him at email@example.com.
Diagnostic tests, therapies, support groups, and more are available for survivors and caretakers. There are many who want to help you; we know their names. We can help you. Schedule a free appointment today!
Save Your Spot!
Tickets will go on sale for this year’s Family & Professional’s Conference in a few months. Plan on joining us October 1-2, 2020. This year’s event includes a virtual and face to face event.
Have a brain injury? Need help?
Please call 801-709-1420 or contact us.
At the end of May, the BIAU will be closing its office in Murray and moving to a new office in the Craig H. Neilsen Rehabilitation Hospital at the University of Utah. This means much of the office furniture will be for sale, and helmets are discounted to $5 from now until May 31. Address and phone number changes will be updated as soon as possible. Read the letter from our executive director for more details…
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Resources For Those That Suffer With Brain Injury
Find the right community resources for your brain injury needs. Call our office at 801-716-4993 to schedule a free consultation!
Ways You Can Contribute To The Brain Injury Alliance of Utah
Volunteer Your TimeJoin Our Community
- Volunteer in the office! Join us for special events. 5K Run, or the Family & Professionals Conference. Prevention support.
Be HeadsmartBike Helmet For Sale!
- For only $10 you can buy a brand new bike helmet! Save a head. Buy onlline or walk in our office to save on shipping.
Support UsWe ♥ Donations
- Family & Professionals Conference, HeadSmart program, $5 helmets, Support Groups, Advocacy
Become A MemberStarting At
- Discounted event tickets Quarterly newsletter Brain injury resources Free bike helmets Recognition
About the Brain Injury Alliance of Utah
- concerns or complaints about services in the community
- questions about rights,
- access to appropriate services,
- ideas for making services better; and
- general questions or the need for information concerning services for persons with traumatic brain injuries
- learn more!
Leading Causes of TBI in Utah
Motor Vehicle Accidents
Did you know?
- Every 23 seconds, one person in the U.S. sustains a brain injury
- Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) is a silent yet serious epidemic currently leaving 5.3 million Americans with disabilities. This represents over- 2% of the US population; 56,000 victims in Utah alone!
- Falls are the leading cause of TBI. Rates are highest for children aged 0-4 years and for adults aged 75 years and older.
- Motor vehicle-traffic injury is the leading cause of TBI-related death. Rates are highest for adults aged 20-24 years.
- There was a 62% increase in fall-related TBI seen in emergency departments among children aged 14 years and younger from 2002 to 2006.
- Every 7 minutes, someone dies of a brain injury
- One death every day and one brain injury every four minutes can be prevented by the use of helmets in recreational activities, including skiing and biking.
- An estimated 1.7 million people sustain a TBI annually.
- 52,000 die, 275,000 are hospitalized, and 1.365 million, nearly 80% are treated and released from an emergency department.
- In Utah, 500 die, over 2,000 are hospitalized and 20,000 are treated and released from an emergency department each year.
Who does BIAU help?
How much does it cost to make an appointment?
It costs nothing to make an appointment. All of the one on one consulting we do with families and individuals with brain injury is free. We receive our funding from grants and generous support from those in our community. Our resource facilitation is available short term or long term, depending upon your needs. Call 801-709-1420 today for a free consultation!