Services For Brain Injury Survivors
AHIF employs eight Resource Coordinators across the state who work directly with TBI survivors and their caregivers. Specific services include the following:
1. Identification of local resources to aid with home modification and/or independent living.
2. Support in securing appropriate Medicaid/Medicare/Disability payments.
3. Financial Management
4. Support in securing donated or discounted medical equipment
5. Recreational Support Group meetings for clients and their caregivers. For a listing of current support group meetings, please click here.
AHIF provides Recreational Support Group meetings for clients and their caregivers in 14 different locations across Alabama. For a listing of current support group meetings, please click here.
AHIF provides respite care to caregivers, giving them, at no cost, a brief break from the demands of 24/7 care of a loved one. For more information about respite care, please call Janice Waters at 205.823.3818.
AHIF currently provides two types of camps to its clients across the state.
Recreational TBI Camps - AHIF offers recreational camps that provide survivors with a special and unique time of recreation and fellowship. Currently, AHIF offers a week-long camp each year in late Summer at Camp ASCCA in Jackson's Gap, AL. For more information click here, e-mail AHIF at firstname.lastname@example.org or call us at 205.823.3818.
Bright Ideas TBI Camp - AHIF offers this therapy-based camp initiative through partnerships with local colleges and universities. These camps are designed to help survivors and caregivers learn new strategies and initiatives that can help survivors and/or caregivers who might have stagnated in their recovery after several years have passed since their initial injury.
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