Brain Injury Alliance of South Dakota
Helping people who have been touched by brain injury.
Who are we?
We are a statewide organization
of individuals, families and
organizations who educate the
public, advocate to improve the
quality of life for people with
brain injury and their families
and support programs to help
prevent brain injury.
What can we do for you?
We can help you locate services,
supports, and agencies that can
assist you in meeting your needs
and reaching your goals. We also
work to improve services and make
them available to everyone with a
with brain injury. In addition we
provide and support training on
brain injury in South Dakota.
The Teenage Brain, Gregory Lester, PhD
January 2014 (details to follow)
Rapid City, SD
Black Hills Brain Injury Conference
May 8-9, 2014
Conference in Rapid City, SD. This regional
conference has an assortment of nationally known
The Brain Injury Alliance of South Dakota is a nonprofit group that works to help people
who are dealing with brain injury. We try to connect people with services and support
groups throughout South Dakota.
Additionally, we advocate for improving and expanding brain injury services in South
If you have any questions or need assistance, please feel free to contact us.
If you would like to know more about us, our by laws and meeting minutes are being added
to our "contact us" webpage.
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Brain Injury News
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Brett Favre calls it a career after 20 years of tough
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