September is National Suicide Prevention Month, and as we contemplate the causes and repercussions of suicide and how we can better prevent it, the Brain Injury Alliance of Arizona (BIAAZ) would like to shed light on a consequence of attempted suicide not widely known or talked about in family or professional circles.
Even in the best of times, parenting is as tough as it is rewarding. During a pandemic, however, all rules go out the window — Or do they?
The truth is out there, and we’re here to help you separate fact from fiction by debunking the five biggest myths regarding SSI and SSDI benefits.
Ky Westbrook was a leading contender for the U.S. Olympics team scheduled to compete in Tokyo in 2020. However, COVID-19 had different plans for her – and the rest of the world. The Games were postponed, and after a lifetime of training, she had to concede this was one hurdle she couldn’t overcome by hard work and determination alone.
Having to adapt to the dramatic changes brought by COVID-19 has been a major hardship for many Americans trying to hold on to a job and stay afloat. However, for those with life changing disabilities, the dramatic upheavals of 2020 may have brought a bit of a silver lining.
It has been said that leadership is the capacity to translate vision into reality. Fortunately for the Brain Injury Alliance of Arizona (BIAAZ), the medical professionals leading the way are united in their efforts to make a tremendous impact in the communities they serve.
In this installment of our summer series, we will get you up to speed on Marketplace Health Insurance (Affordable Care Act) — what it is and where to find help.
In this installment of our summer series, we will get you up to speed on Medicare — what it is and where to find help.
This article is part of our new Summer Series lineup that will take you through the ins and outs of some common government benefits programs that many people utilize post-brain injury, including SSDI, SSI, Medicaid, Medicare, and more!