The Brain Injury Association of Vermont (BIAVT) Resource Directory is meant to provide information and resources available to you within the State of Vermont. BIAVT neither endorses nor implies a recommendation; BIAVT is not liable or responsible for any claim, losses, or damages resulting from use of the agencies or services listed within this directory.
Members labeled “featured” and are highlighted green, are a Recognized Brain Injury Aware Professional. Recognized Brain Injury Aware Professional(s) are individual(s), organization(s), or corporation(s) who:
- Received specialized training for brain injury treatment
- Actively serve people with brain injuries
- Understand that brain injuries are unique
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In addition to our resources, this directory has an abundance of useful resources for Vermonters, especially for those who are victims of interpersonal violence:
Innovative personal injury and brain injury lawyer providing compassionate counsel.
Bob Luce has been practicing law for more than three decades but for the past 15 years, he has focused on helping clients achieve exceptional recoveries in personal injury cases, including those relating to traumatic brain injury, concussion and head injury. Bob is passionate about the issues surrounding concussion and traumatic brain injury and the complicated road to recovery its victims face.
Caffry Law provides comprehensive special needs planning and advocacy to Vermonters with disabilities and their families. We are committed to helping people with disabilities, their families and caregivers make informed choices by guiding them through some of life’s most important decisions and the complex maze of benefits and services for individuals with special needs. We also provide traditional estate planning and administration services to Vermont families.
We provide civil legal services for those living in poverty, with a disability, or over age 60. We also serve anyone who is discriminated against in housing decisions and all who face challenges related to health care insurance or services.
Disability Rights Vermont is a statewide agency dedicated to advancing the rights of people with disabilities and mental health issues.
Elder law, estate planning, probate and trust administration, guardianships and conservatorships