The BIRC Bulletin covers the latest information affecting people living with brain injury, their families, and caregivers.  The Bulletin includes, but is not limited to, Facts and Statistics, community support groups and programs, human interest stories, living in the world of brain injury features, along with issues of medical concerns, hot topics, current and future treatments available, and care options.

Get Published – Join the BIRC Bulletin Team today!

Do you have an interesting brain injury related news story, event, assistive product, or an informative article that will benefit our readers?

In addition to possibly being published on the Brain Injury Resource Center of Wisconsin website, your item will be listed (if approved) in our BIRC Bulletin which is distributed semi-annually to our subscribers.

While it is free to have your information published on our website and included in the Bulletin, submissions must follow our guidelines below.

We welcome submissions on:

Brain Injury related product news and reviews
Current affairs and news relating to health and brain injuries
Coming events, conferences, trade shows, summits, expo's etc.
Health and brain injury information - including relevant press releases
Well-written, unique postings and editorial replies that provide substantial information.
Articles MUST offer value to our website visitors

In particular we welcome press releases, fact sheets, and news submissions from expert authors in the fields of:

Travelling with a brain injury
Alternative Medicine
Doctors, Health, and Medicine
Veterans Affairs brain injury topics
Products and assistive device reviews
Lawyers specializing in Personal Injury Law (brain injury expertise)

Topics and Categories:
Information must be informative and share your unique expertise.

Include tips, how to's, strategies, techniques, case-studies, analysis, opinions and commentary.

Submissions must have strong factual information, be written compellingly with a good command of the English language, spelling, grammar, punctuation, capitalization and sentence structure, and display good research and background knowledge.

Limited resources generally prevent us from filling in the gaps of an otherwise significant article or substantially correcting its style.

By Submitting an Article You Agree:

  • We reserve the right to include advertising on pages with your articles.
  • It is at the sole discretion of Brain Injury Resource Center of Wisconsin whether or not to include your articles on our website or bulletin.  
  • By submitting material, you acknowledge that you are legally entitled to distribute the work and to allow it to be redistributed. 
  • Submitted information must be related to brain injury/health and/or disabilities including travel, news, sports, disability aids and products, and coming events.

Brain Injury Resource Center of Wisconsin does not pay for articles, and does not accept articles and stories that are primarily advertisements.

  To submit an article or news item


Lois York-Lewis = Executive Director, Mother , Mother-in-law, Wife, & Daughter to TBI Sur-vivor’s (Editor & Writer)
Bari L Rieth = PR and Marketing Specialist, TBI Survivor , Wife, Daughter and Grand-daughter to TBI Survivors (Editor & Writer)
Kathy Richardson = Resource Facilitator, TBI Survivor (Writer)
Elaine Lovett = Volunteer, TBI Survivor (Writer)
Lucille Krebs = Volunteer, BI Survivor, Wife, Mother-in-law and Grandmother to TBI Survi-vors (Editor)
Sandy Rieth = Volunteer, Mother to a TBI Survivor (Editor)
Gloria Blaser = Volunteer, Grandmother to a TBI Survivor (Editor)