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The Brain Injury Association of Louisiana (BIALA), in partnership with the United Spinal Association/LA Chapter, is a crucial resource for survivors of brain and spinal cord injuries throughout Louisiana. Thank you for your generosity to help improve the quality of life for these individuals and their caregivers.

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You’ve been so very helpful to us and we can’t thank you enough for all the information and assistance you provided us. Your help and direction has given so much confidence that we’ll get our beautiful son back because we’re making sound decisions based on your help.

Donna McCaleb

Caregiver

Participating in the virtual support groups has brightened my days and helps me feel less alone and depressed. Thank you for looking out for people with disabilities and making sure we stay connected to others.

Shannon Charleston

Individual with TBI

On a day that everything seemed to be going against me, I reached out for some help and was surprised that they actually were there to help me. My wheelchair was broken, and they were able to find a place to fix it for me. They educated me about the trust fund for people with spinal cord injuries and sent me an application. When I had questions about the application, I called back and was given the time and help needed to complete the application. They made me feel important so I am very thankful.

Robi Harsch

Individual with SCI