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MissionBringing together professionals to recognize the far-reaching and unique nature of brain injury and to improve services for survivors.

National Concussion Awareness Month features National Falls Prevention Week (September 20-24, 2021).

Explore resources from the National Council of Aging (NCOA), who leads the ACL funded National Falls Prevention Resource Center. They are:

1.   Hosting a Fire and Falls Webinar Series: Engaging Fighters and EMS for Falls Prevention. You can learn more about the webinar series and register for the webinars by visiting the following link: https://www.ncoa.org/article/fire-and-falls-webinar-series-engaging-firefighters-and-ems-for-falls-prevention

2.    Falls Prevention Awareness Week Toolkit that includes digital and printable assets that can be used to generate engagement. The assets include conversation guides, customizable posters, flyers, banners, etc. You can download the toolkit from this link: https://www.ncoa.org/article/falls-prevention-awareness-week-toolkit

Administration for Community Living​​Brain Links is supported by the Administration for Community Living (ACL) of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services under Grant No. 90TBSG0024-01-00 and in part by the TN Department of Health, Traumatic Brain Injury Program.

The Tennessee Department of Health, Traumatic Brain Injury Program was awarded a three-year Traumatic Brain Injury State Partnership Program grant from the Administration on Community Living to create and strengthen a system of services and supports that maximizes the independence, well-being and health of people with TBI across the lifespan.This link provides additional information on the Administration For Community Living, Traumatic Brain Injury State Partnership Program (TBI SPP).