24/7 Nurse hotline for brain and spinal cord injury patients
Find local and national resources for living with a brain injury
See available support groups around the state and country
Patient and Family Education
Videos and Resources to learn about brain and spinal cord injury
Who We Are
The UAMS Brain Injury Program is part of the Institute for Digital Health & Innovation. We are the lead program for brain injury in Arkansas and our services are free. What we offer:
- Case management
- Community resources
- Support groups
- Online workshops
- Recovery groups
- A free quarterly newsletter
- Education for professionals
- 24/7 nurse hotline for medical questions and physician consults (1-855-767-6983).
To get started with our program, call us at 501-526-7656 or email us at email@example.com
We have so many resources to share with you, but these are some of our favorites!
Return to School
For K-12 Students going back to school after a brain injury (link opens in a new tab)Return to School
Disability Rights Arkansas
Protection and advocacy for people living with disabilities (link opens in a new tab)Disability Rights
Yoga is proven to help after a brain injury! LoveYourBrain offers free yoga and mindfulness training for people with brain injuries and their caregivers. (link opens in a new tab)LoveYourBrain
Brain Waves Newsletter
Our quarterly newsletter is for anyone in Arkansas living with a brain injury or their community. Each issue offers helpful recovery advice, a brain injury survivor story, Social Security updates, and resource information. Find it here each season and subscribe for free!
Here are a few helpful resources for medical providers and professionals who are serving brain injury patients.
Our team works with physiatrists to keep you updated on the latest clinical guidelines for brain injury and spinal cord injury.Clinical Guidelines
Telehealth eliminates barriers to quality care. Our telemedicine team can help you get started.Learn More
The National Association of State Head Injury Administrators (NASHIA) offers frequent webinars about serving the brain injury population (link opens in a new tab)NASHIA