For the Community


Community Programming

BIA-MA community awareness and prevention programs are developed to address the leading causes, contributing factors and consequences of brain injury. These programs are available across the state and can be customized to suit the needs of any audience.

Brains At Risk

Brains At Risk is an awareness and prevention program that links dangerous driving behaviors to the devastating effects of traumatic brain injury (TBI).  Program curriculum combines video, graphics and group discussions to demonstrate the importance of choices made behind the wheel. In addition, a brain injury survivor shares their lived experience as a result of risky driving behaviors. This program is available to anyone interested in understanding the correlation between risky driving behaviors and the devastating effects of traumatic brain injury.

For more information, please contact our Education & Program team

Referral Form

For Probation Officers, Judges, Lawyers, Teachers, etc.

Referral Form

Brains At Risk Classes

Complete the registration form with your payment method.


Think A-Head: School Program

A free, educational, dynamic, community-based program that teaches students how to avoid risk-taking behavior and develop healthy living habits. Curriculum is tailored to each setting – school, grade, community, and program.

Think A-Head provides customized, engaging content and interactive activities, focusing on these core focus areas:

  • General knowledge of the brain
  • Recess and Playground Safety
  • Pedestrian and Helmet Safety
  • Seatbelts
  • Drugs and Alcohol
  • Distracted Driving
  • Concussions

Think A-Head: Driver Education Program

Is an awareness and prevention presentation that explores the link between dangerous driving behaviors and the risk of sustaining a traumatic brain injury (TBI), the most common cause of death and disability among adolescents and young adults.  This program brings essential knowledge to young drivers about the devastating physical, cognitive, and emotional effects that a TBI can cause and empowers them to make safe driving decisions.

Our one-hour multimedia presentation includes:

  • Facts about and causes of brain injury
  • Information about high-risk driving behaviors (speeding, distractions, etc.)
  • Compelling testimonies from Massachusetts residents with TBI from car crashes
  • Prevention strategies to reduce the risk of crashes and TBI

For more information, please contact our Education & Program team

BIA-MA is available to present at local and national conferences, lead workshops, and provide information, and educational resources.

If you are interested in learning more about BIA-MA, brain injury, or brain injury resources please fill out the inquiry form below.

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BIA-MA is dedicated to connecting the community and those affected by brain injury to helpful resources.

Transportation, Safety & Prevention

MA Safety & Prevention

CDC Transportation Safety