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Nebraska Brain Injury Advisory Council

Nebraskans facing brain injury

Mission Statement

The mission of the Nebraska Brain Injury Advisory Council is to advocate for the best possible
system of support for
individuals with brain injury by promoting prevention, awareness, education, research and effective public policy



Brain Injury Advisory Council Celebrating Nebraska’s Accomplishments 2009-2013



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Free Webinars funded by the Munroe-Meyer Guild providing information and resources to families, professionals and individuals with disabilities across the state.

For more information on webinar topics and to register


Support Groups & Teams

For Individuals with a Brain Injury or Those Who Need Information For Someone with a Brain Injury

Support groups and school support teams share strategies and resources to help you or someone you know transition back into daily activities after a brain injury.

Find a Support Group or School Support Team

Who is affected by brain injury?


Brain injuries due to falls cause roughly 8,000 deaths and 56,000 hospitalizations yearly among Americans age 65 and older.

(babies, young sports players, and students in out of home placements)

Approximately 1 in 500 school-age children each year receive a head injury severe enough to be hospitalized.


Since the brain injury screening by the Veterans Administration (VA) began in April 2007, 2,029 Nebraska veterans have been screened for brain injury. Of those screened, 500 Nebraska veterans have screened positive and 316 have agreed to undergo a full brain injury assessment.

Upcoming Events

    Women of Warriors-Weekend Retreat

    October 3-5, 2014

    Registration Information


    25th Annual State-of-States in Head Injury Annual Meeting

    October 27-30, 2014 Philadelphia, PA

    For more information



    Nebraska Brain Injury Conference 2015!

    April 16-17th

    Kearney, Nebraska

"This project supported in part by TBI Implementation Partnership Grant #H21MC26915 from the Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) Health Resources and Services Administration, Maternal and Child Health Bureau. Views expressed are the sole responsibility of the authors and do not necessarily represent the official views of DHHS."