Social Events


The Brain Injury Alliance of Connecticut (BIAC) recognizes that satisfying social activities and relationships make a positive difference in the lives and recoveries of survivors. We bring survivors, their families and caregivers together and offer opportunities for them to meet new friends through recreational events during the year.

Support groups also host social events of their own. Check the Support Group page for more information.

ANNUAL EVENTS:

March              Paint Night was held March 11, 2019 at Art Connection Studio, 56 Arbor Street #206, Hartford.  If you are interested in attending the next Paint Night event, contact Sarah Raskin at sarah.raskin@trincoll.edu or 860-2342.

April                Our annual Spring Social took place on April 2, 2019 at the West Hartford Conference Center, Town Hall, 50 South Main Street, West Hartford, CT.    Each year, BIAC staff and volunteers join survivors, their families and caregivers for a fun night of games, prizes, dancing and great food.   This event is always free to attend, but reservations are required.   Stay tuned for details on our 2020 Spring Social.  Questions? Call us at 860-219-0291 or email general@biact.org.

June                 Fun in the Sun Picnic was hosted by Project Genesis on June 27, 2019.  This annual summer picnic for brain injury survivors, family, friends and caregivers, was held at Camp Harkness—a handicap accessible, oceanfront facility in Waterford, CT. Food and entertainment is always provided; just bring your bathing suit and towel and you’re welcome to join us for some fun in the sun. Our 2020 event has not yet been scheduled.

June‚Äč                Our anual Healthy Living Retreat for people living with brain injury, was held on May 31, 2019 at Trinity College in Hartford, CT.  The day filled with workshops and activities offering the opportunity to be creative, musical and, most of all, relaxed. Our 2020 event has not yet been scheduled.

For more information on any BIAC events, please contact us at general@biact.org.