The Brain Injury Association of Mississippi's  website provides information on the latest brain injury care strategies, research findings and advocacy initiatives. We also provide updates on Brain Injury Association programs, partners and events. Our audience includes individuals who have sustained brain injuries, caregivers, clinicians, researchers, professionals, advocates and the general public.

 

We work to ensure that the information provided on this site is accurate, timely and useful. However, the information contained on the site could include technical inaccuracies or typographical errors and should not be considered medical guidance. The Brain Injury Association of Mississippi, its affiliates or agents, or any other parties involved in the preparation or publication of this site are not responsible for errors or omissions in information or any actions resulting from the use of such information.  All visitors to the site are encouraged to confirm the information contained here and to direct any questions concerning their personal health to licensed health care professionals.

Links

Third parties may establish a link to any portion of the Brain Injury Association of Mississippi's website with the acknowledgement that all content is subject to revision or removal. In general, the Brain Injury Association of Mississippi does not accept unsolicited requests to link to external sites. Where an external link is provided, the Brain Injury Association of Mississippi is not responsible for the information or advice provided on the external site.  Any external links on the website are provided for the visitor’s convenience; once you click on any of these links you are leaving the BIAMS website.  The Brain Injury Association of Mississippi has no control over and is not responsible for the nature, content, and availability of those sites. The inclusion of an organization or service does not imply an endorsement of the organization or service, nor does exclusion imply disapproval. While every effort is made to ensure the accuracy of the information, we make no guarantees. If information provided is inaccurate or dated, please send an email to lmoss@msbraininjury.org with any corrections.

Social Media

Thank you for following the Brian Injury Association of Mississippi (“BIAofMS”) through our website and social media platforms. While visiting our Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, YouTube, Google Plus, or other social media sites, including the Personal Stories blog on BIAofMS’s website, please keep the following guidelines in mind.

 

By participating in BIAofMS’s social media platforms, you agree that you have read and will follow these guidelines. In order to preserve a climate that encourages both civil and fruitful dialogue, BIAofMS reserves the right to delete posts from participants who violate these guidelines and to suspend or terminate the right of any participation for any reason without notice. 

 

BIAofMS Social Media Guidelines

The creation of Brain Injury Association of Mississippi-labeled social media channels on BIAofMS’s website and third party social media websites, and any postings and comments therein, shall not contain or link to language or illustrations that: 

  • Are libelous, defamatory, obscene, threatening, offensive, demeaning, derogatory, abusive, ad hominem, or off-topic

  • Are solely for commercial purposes or personal gain

  • Endorse any candidate or office holder or partisan political position

  • Include spam or chain letters

  • Violate third party’s privacy rights, proprietary rights, or any other applicable local, state, national, or international law

  • Degrade others on the basis of gender, race, class, ethnicity, national origin, religion, sexual preference, disability, or other classification

 

Keep in mind that information posted on these social media channels is available for all to see, and comments are subject to defamation, antitrust, and other laws. The Brain Injury Association of Mississippi will not be held liable for any injury or damage resulting from statements posted on BIAofMS-labeled social media channels.