The Brain Injury Association of Michigan’s Annual Conference has become the place to be each fall! We are proud to host the largest brain injury conference in the nation with 148 Exhibitors and 1,500 Attendees over the two days! This conference is held in conjunction with the Michigan Brain Injury Provider Council.
The purpose of this two-day conference is to provide state-of-the art information about brain injury treatment and therapies, which will foster maximal rehabilitation and a good quality of life. This conference is designed to benefit persons engaged in therapies with persons recovering from injury as well as caregivers and persons with brain injury.
The Fall Conference offers over 30 educational presentations approved for continuing education units. Those engaged in therapies with persons recovering from injury, as well as, caregivers and persons with brain injury will be in attendance! Visit over 148 Exhibit Booths to gain access to valuable information and services. Our exhibitors are ready and excited to meet you. You must be a registered conference attendee to visit the exhibits. A conference name badge is required for entry.
At the BIAMI Annual Conference you can reach out to a wide variety of professionals and network with industry partners making valuable connections.
Continental breakfast and all breaks are served in the Exhibit Hall.
About the BIAMI:
The BIAMI is a non-profit organization that brings together people with brain injury, their families, friends and concerned professionals to improve the quality of life that people experience after brain injury.
Thirty years ago, a group of concerned families living with brain injuries founded the BIAMI to ensure that services and support were available for people with brain injuries and their families. Incorporated in 1981, the BIAMI was one of the first state associations chartered by the Brain Injury Association of America. Today, thanks to Michigan’s system of automotive no-fault insurance and other factors, our state is fortunate to have one of the country’s largest and most comprehensive statewide networks of research, treatment and support services for people with brain injuries and their families.