The Brain Injury Association of South Carolina (BIASC) is a nonprofit organization that was founded by people with brain injury, their families, and professionals in order to provide information and support to to anyone affected by brain injury. BIASC is South Carolina's chartered affiliate of the national Brain Injury Association of America. The organization's mission is to promote brain injury prevention, research, education and advocacy.
The Brain Injury Inpatient Program is a self-contained rehabilitation unit. A team of therapists, nurses, and neuropsychologists work with each patient and family to create a treatment plan and return patients to their homes. Once released, patients can continue their therapy through the Outpatient Brain Injury Program at Peace Rehabilitation Center in downtown Greenville, SC.
The Roger C. Peace Rehabilitation Hospital (RCPRH) is a 53-bed facility that provides inpatient and outpatient programs for orthopedic, neurology, and neurosurgery patients. RCPRH operates a CARF-certified Traumatic Brain Injury inpatient and outpatient program, an inpatient and outpatient Spinal Cord Program, as well as Amputee and Pediatric Specialty Programs. RCPRH also has a CARF-accredited stroke specialty program and the Upstate's only drivers rehabilitation program. RCPRH is a member of the Greenville Hospital System.