Welcome and thank you for visiting! Please know the BIC Team cares about those affected by brain injury. You don't have to be alone in your new reality. BIC's goal is to help you get connected to those who can help you and those who understand what you are dealing with after a brain injury.
If this is your first time visiting the BIC website, you may want to select the YES at the end of the following sentence(s) that applies to you:
- I have been diagnosed with a brain injury.
- I suspect I may have a brain injury, but I have NOT been diagnosed.
- I am helping someone whose life has been affected by brain injury.
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