Annual Events

Quality of Life Conference

In early November, the Brain Injury Association of Michigan hosts our Quality of Life Conference. This half-day conference will focus on quality of life issues for survivors of brain injury, their family members, and caregivers. Learn strategies for stress management, movement, relaxation and more!

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Rockin' for Rehab

Every year the Brain Injury Association of Michigan hosts Rockin’ for Rehab. This themed event brings the brain injury community together for a celebration at the end of the year. Live music and dancing with Dr. Fab and the Off the Couch Band accompany costume contests and fun décor. All proceeds benefit BIAMI and its 20 chapter and support groups throughout the state.

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Brain Injury Awareness Month

March is Brain Injury Awareness Month. Throughout this month, BIAMI has various activities, events, initiatives, and special programming across the state. BIAMI is actively working to help de-stigmatize brain injury, empower those who have survived, and promote the breadth and depth of support and rehabilitative care that is available in Michigan.

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Annual Spring Tribute Dinner & Auction

Annually, the Brain Injury Association of Michigan's Legacy Society recognizes its newest contributing members at the Spring Tribute Dinner. In addition, selected individuals who have contributed to the brain injury field, or have shown a demonstrated leadership in working to improve lives of persons with brain injuries or their families are selected as an honorary member.

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Capitol Day

Every year, the Brain Injury Association of Michigan brings the brain injury community together with their legislators. Capitol Day is designed to inform and educate Michigan legislators about the current issues affecting individuals and organizations who have an interest in brain injury. Capitol Day is sponsored jointly by the Brain Injury Association of Michigan (BIAMI) and the Michigan Brain Injury Provider Council (MBIPC).

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Annual Meeting & Spring Fling

The Spring Fling is a chance for survivors to connect with each other for fun activities. They have the option to attend a pizza and karaoke night, a riverboat ride, or just enjoy in the Frankenmuth/Birch Run area. There will be a very brief meeting following lunch on Saturday for survivors to offer input in regards to upcoming events

BIAMI’s Annual Meeting is an opportunity to learn what has been happening at BIAMI, recognize Annual Award Winners, and new Board Members will be voted in by chapter representatives. Lunch will be provided.

To RSVP or if you have questions, please contact Kathie Sell at (800) 444-6443 or email her at ksell@biami.org.

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Legal Conference

This is a one day conference to focus on the complex legal issues facing people with brain injuries. Learn about the legal system and the protection and resources offers to individuals and their families living with brain injuries.

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Eastern and Western Grand Invitational Golf Outings

While you're daydreaming of the perfect putt, remember all proceeds benefit the Brain Injury Association of Michigan. Since its inception the Grand Invitational has raised over $900,000 to support the programs and services of the Brain Injury Association of Michigan and its 20 chapters and support groups.

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Annual Fall Conference

The Brain Injury Association of Michigan’s Annual Fall Conference, held in conjunction with the Michigan Brain Injury Provider Council, is the largest of its kind in the country. It averages over 140 exhibitors and over 1500 attendees each year. We hold this event with the purpose of providing state-of-the art information about brain injury treatment and therapies, which will maximize rehabilitation and foster a good quality of life. The conference is designed to benefit therapy providers with their patients, as well as caregivers and brain injury survivors.

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