Brain Injury Alliance of South Dakota
Helping people who have been touched by brain injury.
Who are we?
The Brain Injury Allicance of South Dakota is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit group working to assist brain injury survivors and their families. We attempt to connect people with services and supports throughout South Dakota, as well as advocate for improving and expanding brain injury services in South Dakota.
What can we do for you?
We can help you locate services, supports, and agencies that can assist you to meet your needs and attain your goals. We work to improve services and make them available to everyone with a with brain injury. We also provide and support training on brain injury in South Dakota.
Upcoming Events

If you have 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 on our "contact us" page.
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Brain Injury News
BIASD Board and Member Meeting
When: October 20, 2017 12PM (Central)

Chamberlain, SD
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Exercise Routine of Jogging Can Intensify Growth of New Brain Cells
February 25, 2016

Moderate aerobic exercise like jogging makes a difference in brain cell growth. Click here.
South Dakota Governor Dennis Daugaard Signs Proclamation
March 1, 2016

Govnernor Dennis Daugaard signed a proclamation, making March Brain Injury Awareness Month in South Dakota. Click here to read the proclamation.
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A truly Olympian run: Steve Heidenreich speaks about triumph — and tragedy
September 15, 2016

The story of overcoming obstacles and running forward after being run over. Click here.
Disability Awareness Day with Governor Daugaard
Concussions and Recovery for Woman are Different than they are for Men
September 5, 2017

Click here to read more.
Members of the Brain Injury Alliance of South Dakota meeting with Representative Kristi Noem (2017)
Attorney: Tests Show Aaron Hernandez had CTE
September 21, 2017

Click here to read the article and view the video on chronic traumatic encephalopathy.