BIAMIBrain Injury Association of Michigan
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based BIAMI is a national leader in its efforts on behalf of the nearly 200,000 Michigan residents who have sustained brain injuries.
In the years since its inception, much progress has been made in understanding and treating brain injuries, and BIAMI has expanded its focus to include prevention programs.
TBI is known as the signature injury of these wars and the BIAMI is directly addressing this issue in collaboration with the MDCH's TBI Council through the BIAMI Veterans Program.
The MDCH's TBI Services and Prevention Council, chaired by Michael Dabbs, president of the BIAMI, offers guidance and expertise to the Project, providing recommendations for the use of funding.
The BIAMI and MDCH's TBI Council are fighting diligently to provide the best rehabilitation environment possible to the rising population of TBI survivors, both military and civilian, and to maintain Michigan's superior continuum of care against what can only be described as relentless opposition.