Western Kentucky University

Preston Family Acquired Brain Injury Resource Program

Communication Disorders graduate student, Kaci Danhauer, works with a client in the Acquired Brain Injury Resource Program.A Communication Disorders graduate student works with a client in the Acquired Brain Injury Resource Program.

Communication Disorders graduate student, Kaci Danhauer, works with a client in the Acquired Brain Injury Resource Program.

A Communication Disorders graduate student works with a client in the Acquired Brain Injury Resource Program.

The Preston Family Foundation Acquired Brain Injury Resource Program (ABIRP) offers information, services and support to individuals with acquired brain injury, their families and any other interested persons.  The program also provides support services for persons who have survived brain injury and who are taking courses at WKU or elsewhere.

For more information, call (270) 745-2520, or email abirp@wku.edu.


The Preston Family Foundation Acquired Brain Injury Resource Program will hold a support group meeting the second Monday of each month, at 6:00 pm.  The meeting will be held in the conference room at the Clinical Education Complex, located at 104 Alumni Avenue (formerly East 14th Avenue) in Bowling Green, Kentucky.  You may attend in person or online by going to: http://connect.wku.edu/braininjurysupportgroup.
 Last Modified 7/22/13