Brain In Play Foundation
extends their deepest appreciation to all those who support our nonprofit’s mission – fueling our passion to save the brains and improve the lives of everyone we are privileged to serve. We especially applaud our foundation sponsors, advisory board physicians, and all courageous patients/families struggling with brain diseases/injuries.
Brain In Play Foundation’s mission raises awareness about neurodegenerative diseases (Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s, Psychiatric Syndromes, Substance Addiction and others) and concussions, and that a new evidence-based prevention and treatment clinical solution can help – Brain Performance Enhancement℠. BIP-Foundation also helps fund research projects, and facilitates treatment access for those suffering brain disease and concussion challenges at one of BIP-International’s many clinical sites.
Pawtucket’s Brain In Play Foundation Officially Launches as a Charitable Organization
October 1, 2016
A Golf Tourney, followed by an event honoring top brain disease-injury care advocates, and which unveiled Brain In Play International’s groundbreaking neurocognitive research results, marked Brain In Play Nonprofit Foundation’s official launch. The event was held at Pawtucket Country Club Oct. 13, 2016 and was attended by nationally renowned physician and nurse scientists, pro-athletes, business owners, community leaders, foundation supporters, and patients and families facing neurological conditions. A statewide mayoral consortium on scientific brain wellness, in collaboration with Brain In Play Foundation, was announced.
Saving Brains – Saving Lives
April 21 2015
Brain In Play Foundation Nonprofit teams up with Providence Community Library for the national launch of their new brain-saving book, Winning the War Against Concussions In Youth Sports. On Wednesday April 29, 2015 at 5:45 pm the authors present their concussion prevention and healing system for athletes under 21 at Knight Library, 275 Elmwood Ave in Providence RI, joined by a concussed N/E Patriot NFL Veteran. The book’s mission is to save youth brains and save youth sports, especially the high risk sports of soccer, hockey, football lacrosse and others, while also improving athletic and academic performance. The book is primarily written for players, parents and coaches – the public is warmly invited to attend
Winning The War Against Concussions In Youth Sports
June 1, 2014
***Book Launch Press Release***
Winning the War Against Concussions in Youth Sports unveils a fast-track brain wellness and safety solution for athletes 21 and under, based on a patent pending innovation called Brain Performance Enhancement or BPE. Called BPE Youth Fast-Track, this condensed version offers six best-practices founded on Nobel Prize research findings and two new medical biosciences informing how to continuously improve the functioning, preservation and growth of brain cells. This book engages players, parents and coaches by sharing ‘hot off the press’ neuroscience updates on youth sports head injuries in basic terms. “Winning” empowers readers with the key knowledge and basic tools needed to help prevent and offset brain damaging concussions and accumulated sub-concussive impacts.
Brain In Play International Names Dr. Alan Ashare as Medical Director
April 3, 2015
International youth sports safety physician Dr. Alan Ashare of Boston's Tufts Medical School is named Brain In Play’s COE Medical Director. Dr. Ashare directs USA Hockey’s national safety committee, is president of the Hockey Equipment Certification Council (HECC – certifies all hockey helmets), is chief medical advisor for the MA Interscholastic League...
Brain In Play Presents at Mayo Clinic International Concussion Summit
June 1, 2013
Bill White MSN, Dr. Alan Ashare, and Katharine White MSN relax after Brain In Play's poster presentation at Mayo Clinic’s International Concussion Summit in October 2013.