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Brain Injury Association of Massachusetts
The Brain Injury Association of Massachusetts is a private, nonprofit organization that serves individuals with brain injury and their families and offers award-winning prevention programs to individuals of all ages. We provide support services, offer programs to prevent brain injuries, educate the public on the risks and impact of brain injury, and advocate for legislation and improved community services. Programs: PALS, a recreational and socialization program for brain injury survivors ages 16 and older. This program matches brain injury survivors with volunteers who have similar interests. Play Smart educational video series for parents, coaches and student athletes. The KEYS program is a driver education program that empowers new drivers to make safe decisions behind the wheel. The Think A-Head Program is a school based program that promotes brain injury awareness and prevention in grades 3-12.