I Have a Brain Injury.

I Am a Caregiver.

I Want to Help.

I Am a Professional.

Thank you to special friends for their support of Hidden Treasure Gala 2020

Unable to host our Gala this year, this extraordinary group continued to support our event!

Navigant Credit Union

Trip Mate Travel Insurance

Cathy Andreozzi

Mike and Kathy Baker

Dr. Anthony Bruzzese

Dr. Nicholas and Katie Cioe

Rob and Jan DeOrsey

Chris DerVartanian

Sheila Felice

Jaclyn Leibl-Cote

Shelly McCann

Matt and Annie McGowan

Andrea and Dr. Richard Sayegh

Debra and Neil Sharpe

Ellen Slattery

Kathy Sullivan

Margo Petitti

Gracie’s and Ellie’s Restaurants

Seb Borges and Providence Art Club

Avery-Storti Funeral Home Wakefield

Tori-Lynn Andreozzi Foundation

Fred Astaire Dance Studios (Narragansett)

Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD)

Yoga for Brain Injury is a WIN-WIN !

Not only is yoga good for you, it can help others! Would you like a tax-deductible, in-office or in-home yoga class for your staff, family or friends?
Doreen Grasso, Registered Yoga Teacher (RYT 200), and brain injury survivor, can offer one-hour virtual zoom yoga classes to individuals or groups. For a $100 donation to BIARI, the Brain Injury Association of Rhode Island, your group, large or small can enjoy the benefits of yoga. Whether you prefer a private practice at home or want to gather a group of co-workers or friends for a fun, interactive class, this is a way to do so while also supporting a worthy cause.

Yoga not only improves strength, stability and flexibility to the physical body, it also reduces stress while improving mood and productivity. What a gift that would be for your employees, co-workers, friends or family to enjoy together! Classes can be tailored to various levels of practice to fit your needs. Contact Doreen at BIARI, doreen@biari.org or 401-228-3319, to inquire about a class (or two, or more) for your group. Act now, as space/times will be limited. Promotional offers are available to corporate participants.

Let’s share the joy of escaping into mindfulness & moving meditation.


Our offices remain closed to the public however staff will be available by email or phone each day (401-228-3319)
to ensure the needs of those we serve are being met while protecting the safety of our staff members.
In the event of an emergency during non-office hours Richard can be reached at 401-368-8917.
We have created an online Facebook support group and you can join here. Remember to follow the rules and be kind!
We recognize that it is critical to our emotional well-being to have access to others with similar concerns.
Please stay safe and we look forward to getting through this crisis and rescheduling our conference and customary support groups!

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The Brain Injury Association of Rhode Island helps to improve access to information on brain injury, and to enhance the effectiveness of agencies and service providers who work with survivors. We work to expand services in Rhode Island for the care and rehabilitation of individuals who have sustained brain injuries by increasing the public’s awareness of brain injury and its consequences, developing support systems and by providing educational outreach to organizations, agencies, and community groups.

Thank You to Our  Annual Partners