Acquired Brain Injury

​DORS has specialized services for people whose primary disability is acquired brain injury (ABI).  An acquired brain injury is an injury to the brain that was not present at birth.  The ABI could be the result of a traumatic event like a motor vehicle accident, fall, assault, sports injury or concussion, or it could be a non-traumatic event like a brain aneurysm, brain tumor, stroke or infection.

DORS works with our community partners to provide individualized, long-term, and ongoing support services to people with ABI to help them get and keep a job.

You might be eligible if:

  • You are eligible for DORS services with a "most significant" disability.
  • Your primary disability is ABI.
  • You are not actively abusing substances or in crisis and are committed to recovery.
  • You have housing and medical support in place.

ABI Counselors

DORS has counselors throughout the state who are specially trained to work with people with acquired brain injuries.

Jody Boone
Statewide Coordinator
Alyssa Bonser
Bel Air
Diana McNeil
Baltimore City
Beth Sayles
Dennis Phillips
Southern Maryland
Carlee Rossiter
Glen Burnie
Karen Earl
Stephen Roy
Terese Reamer
Sam Miller
Sarah Lieberman