Nebraska Brain Injury Advisory Council - NE BI AC
Official Nebraska Government Website

Nebraska Brain Injury Advisory Council

Nebraskans facing brain injury

Mission Statement

The mission of the Nebraska Brain Injury Advisory Council is to advocate for the best possible system of
support for individuals with brain injury by promoting prevention, awareness, education, research and effective public policy.

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The TBI Act Celebrated 20 Years!

Join in the celebration!

Explore how the Nebraska Brain Injury Grant and these Advisory Council members are shaping the future of brain injury in Nebraska.

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#1 Read about the TBI Act and how Dale Johannes is helping older adults.

ML's daughter Moe and Fiance

#2 Meet ML Lehman. Read how she is helping families and students in the classroom.

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#3 Learn about Judy Nichelson and how she is helping her local support group.

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#4 Read how Tiffany Armstrong is making a difference!




State Services for Individuals with Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) and Their Families

Traumatic Brain Injury Online Training

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Four training courses aim to provide current information that educates and promotes awareness of the causes, symptoms, and treatment of traumatic brain injury (TBI).

Access the training


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Six concussion training modules for healthcare professionals provide a comprehensive overview and guide for best practices in concussion recognition and management.

The training modules are provided to Nebraska licensed health care professionals as a comprehensive overview and guide to help ensure that every child sustaining a concussion in Nebraska is managed according to current best practices.
Continuing Medical Education Credit is offered by Children’s Hospital & Medical Center.
Topics include:
Module 1 - Concussion Awareness
Module 2 - Characteristics & Epidemiology
Module 3 - Concussion Signs & Symptoms
Module 4 - Assessment
Module 5 - Management
Module 6 - Delayed Recovery

More information

Access the modules

Support Groups & Teams

Support groups and school support teams share strategies and resources to help you or someone you know transition back into daily activities after a brain injury.

Find a Support Group

Find a Brain Injury School Support Team


Concussion and Brain Injury:

Take the Next Step

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Contact a Brain Injury Resource Facilitator (800) 423-2463 and check out the symptom checklist.


CDC’s Report to Congress on Traumatic Brain Injury Epidemiology and Rehabilitation

Who is affected by brain injury?


TBI is a special health concern for older adults. People ages 75 and older have the highest rate of TBI-related hospitalizations and death.

Traumatic Brain Injury in Older Adults



Recognize the first concussion; avoid the second.

Read more about concussion




An estimated twenty percent of military members and veterans return with brain injury and nineteen percent return with post-traumatic stress disorder.Read more



Upcoming Events

    Brain Injury Advisory Counci December 16, 2016, Lincoln Check back for agenda


This project was supported, in part by grant number 90TBSG0013-01-00, from the U.S. Administration for Community Living, Department of Health and Human Services, Washington, D.C. 20201. Grantees undertaking projects under government sponsorship are encouraged to express freely their findings and conclusions. Points of view or opinions do not, therefore, necessarily represent official Administration for Community Living policy.