News & Events

As Connecticut’s partner in brain injury prevention and recovery, the Brain Injury Alliance of Connecticut (BIAC) is very active in our community and throughout Connecticut.

In support of brain injury survivors, their family members and caregivers, BIAC and our state-wide support groups host social events throughout the year, including the very popular Valentine’s Day Dance. 

In addition, more than 500 people join us annually at our fundraising events, including the Walk for Thought, "Tour of Lights" Bike for Thought, and BIAC’s Golf Tournament! BIAC also partners with local individuals, businesses and community organizations. We reach more than 6,000 people each year through our participation in community events including health fairs and educational events; and those who are passionate about our work often host fundraisers on our behalf.

Details about our Community Events, Fundraisers and Social Events will be posted on our site as it becomes available. We invite you to learn more about all of our events and the many ways you can get involved. Your participation supports BIAC and the thousands of brain injury survivors and others throughout the state who rely on our programs and services.

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Art On The Move! - ON HOLD

This traveling art exhibit showcases original works by or about brain injury survivors and increases public awareness about brain injury.

How can you join this public awareness effort?

Be a Contributing Artist: BIAC is looking for donations of art, created by or about brain injury survivors. Group projects are invited and encouraged. Submissions will be accepted on an ongoing basis. Whatever medium you use, we hope you'll consider sharing your talent and your art with us for this great cause.

  • Submitted art may be any medium, including poetry.
  • Art must be ready to display when delivered, framed if applicable, and no larger than 40” x 40”. Three dimensional work must be no larger than 24” x 24” x 24”.
  • Once accepted, all donated art becomes the sole property of BIAC. Donor must sign an agreement giving BIAC permission to use the image of the artwork on BIAC’s website and for other promotional materials.
  • Donor must deliver artwork to BIAC at 200 Day Hill Road, Suite 250, Windsor, CT, 06095, unless other arrangements are made in writing with an Art on the Move! acquisitions committee member.
  • Selected items may be on display and BIAC reserves the right to place any donated art in a live or silent auction.

Host Art on the Move!: BIAC is currently seeking secure, public spaces throughout Connecticut to share the creative works in Art on the Move. Do you have a public space that you would like BIAC to consider for an upcoming viewing? Please contact Bonnie at for details.