Training & Education


Brain Injury remains a silent epidemic, even though it is the second highest cause of death and disability in the U.S.A.!
Change this statistic. Get Educated!

The Brain Injury Alliance of Oregon offers CBIS Training/Exam, Brain Injury Fundamentals/Exam as well as a wide range of training for your organization. For instance, you will include study materials and interactive workshop with Sherry Stock, Certified Brain Injury Specialist Trainer.  In addition, trainings can be specifically designed for your needs:

  • Brain Injury Awareness and Advocacy
  • Challenging Behaviors and How to Work with them
  • Positive Behavioral Change
  • Understanding Brain Injury for Vocational Rehabilitation Professionals
  • What your community group should know about TBI
  • Brain Injury 101
  • What the Case Manager needs to know
  • Returning to Work After Brain Injury
  • When worlds collide – the Worlds of BI and MR/DD
  • How the Family is Affected
  • Traumatic Brain Injury: A Guide for Educators
  • Methamphetamine and Brain Injury
  • TBI & PTSD – Brain Injury and the Returning Military
  • Disability Empowerment Workshop
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CBIS National Certification

2 Day Interactive Workshop, Study materials included and National Online Examination for CBIS Certification.

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$750 CBIS Training & Exam
$550 CBIS Training & Book
$400 CBIS Training Only

BI Fundamentals

All new training and certificate program addressing the unique needs and challenges of those who care for or encounter individuals with brain injury.

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$250 In PDX Metro
$350 Outside PDX Metro


Providing Guides, Videos and Resources to Understand Brain Injuries as a Medical Professional

BIAOR provides educational events for your community or group, our annual conference, online webinars, videos, website links as well as downloadable material. Look below at our Resources for you. Please contact us directly to find out more.

FREE Online Training
Provided by: Michigan Department of Community Health

Medical Resources:

American Agency for Health Care Policy and Research

American Academy of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation

American Association of Electrodiagnostic Medicine

American Board of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation

American Congress of Rehabilitation Medicine

American Spinal Injury Association

Australian Association of Musculoskeletal Medicine

Case Management Society of America

Disability Law Handbook

Healthy Net access to MEDLINE®

International Association for the Study of Pain

International Brain Injury Association

International Society of Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine

International Spinal Cord Society

Medical/Health Sciences Libraries on the Web

Medical Matrix (medical indexing)

Merck Sharp & Dohme (Research driven pharmaceutical)

Movement Disorders Society

National Library of Medicine (medical history to biotechnology)

National Safety Council

National Stroke Foundation

Network of Care
State-wide resources for seniors, disabled, mental health; and children 0-5.

OHSU Library
Gateway to medical sites worldwide

Oregon TBI/ABI Provider Training Manual(.pdf)

Servier (Pharmaceutical Company)
Research: cardiovascular disease, diabetes and venous disease

Visual Human Project
The National Library of Medicine’s complete, anatomically detailed and 3-D

World Institute of Pain

Employer Resource Guides:

Returning to work is a goal that drives most survivors of brain injury through the long and difficult rehabilitation process. Subsequently, when this goal is finally achieved, there is often difficulty adjusting to expectations of the workplace.

Veteran's Services
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