Evan Eschker says he has been “technically pre-med since age eight.”
You never think it can happen to you. However, with our post-pandemic quasi-return to normal, combined with the growing stresses of daily life, it’s easy to become discombobulated.
Madeleine Dorn was recently named to the Brain Injury Alliance of Arizona’s Young Professionals Brain Health Advisory Council. It’s all part of the organization’s push to raise awareness of the importance of brain health for all age groups throughout the state.
For people with brain injuries and other disabilities, house hunting can feel like a bleak and hopeless process — there just aren’t a lot of accessible homes on the market.
The Brain Injury Alliance of Arizona announced today the recipient of their first-ever Woman of Courage award.
Lexi Wolfe is the newest member of the at the Brain Injury Alliance of Arizona’s Young Professionals Brain Health Advisory Council. It’s the latest step in her blossoming career treating people with brain injuries
Recent ASU grad Shelby Lamm adds her skills to the Young Professional Advisory Council
When you meet Chekela Turner, you immediately like her. Her voice is distinctively soothing. She focuses on what you have to say and exudes an aura of calm—a feeling that everything’s going to be alright.
In playing the hand she was dealt, Aimee Osgood is winning the round by staying active, finding the funny, and encouraging others through her wise insight.
While the Butters Fund is known for keeping the tails of furry friends healthy and wagging, sometimes the fund, which relies on donations to run, is called upon for the end-of-life needs of pet parents.
Brain Injury Alliance of Arizona Board Member Kevin Keenan is not your typical trial lawyer.
It’s been established that brain injuries can cause mental health issues, such as depression and anxiety. But what about eating disorders?