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850-79-BIC-FL (850-792-4235)

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Get in touch with The Brain Injury Connection, Inc. to learn more about our organization and how you can get involved.

Contact The Brain Injury Connection, Inc.

850-79-BIC-FL (850-792-4235)

Resources and Links

Bayer NeuroBehavioral Center, PLLC

Zachary C. Bayer, PsyD.

Clinical Neuropsychologist

www.bayerpsych.com

Brain Injury Association of America (BIAA)

www.biausa.org

Brain Injury Association of Florida

www.biaf.org

www.byyourside.org

Traumatic Brain Injury Information

www.brainline.org

"Act as if what you do makes a difference. It does."

-William James

What We Do

BIC offers the following:

  • A community of ABI survivors, caregivers, and family members

  • Educational programs (physical/mental wellness, vocational) and socialization

  • Support a better understanding of the impacts of ABI has on all those affected

  • Encourage coping with these major life change

  • Opportunities for volunteering, community outings, and collaboration with other groups

  • Public awareness about brain injury, its prevention, and life after brain injury

WHEN:

Every Wednesday

9:30-11:30am- Exercise, Fun and Fellowship

&

1st Tuesday of the Month

6:00-7:00pm- Resources and Education with Dr. Zachary Bayer

BIC Support Group Meeting

Meetings are open to brain-injury survivors, family members, caregivers, friends, and professionals. Meetings are structured and provide a positive, encouraging environment.

WHERE:

Trinity United Methodist Church

Enter on West Side 

403 Racetrack Rd., NW, Fort Walton Beach, FL 32547

Who We Are

The Brain Injury Connection (BIC) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization driven by a goal to improve quality of life for those who have been impacted by brain injury. Acquired brain injury (ABI) affects all areas of an individual's life- independence and physical, emotional, and social functioning. Therefore, we strive to support survivors and their families to manage these major life changes. 

Our Mission

  • To educate and share information about local/national resources and professional services

  • To provide emotional support and social opportunities for our members

  • To advocate for individuals with brain injury

The Brain Injury Connection, Inc.