Brain Injury Support: Operational and Neurological

If there is one thing we at the BISON project know, it’s that a brain injury effects every facet of life, because the brain is what allows us to experience every facet of life.

When you sustain a traumatic brain injury (TBI), even a "mild" traumatic brain injury, your life drastically changes.

Here at the BISON Project, we are pioneering new and better ways to help those affected by TBI to manage symptoms, find strategies for effective living, and empower individuals and families with knowledge about treatment options.

Every TBI is different, but no matter the circumstances, we are here to help.

See the sections below to learn more about brain injury support, missions, and goals.

You are more than your brain injury.


What do you do when people don't know how to respond to your brain injury?

There is support available. There are people who understand.

There are operational changes you can make that can positively effect your daily life.

There are neurological advancements to help.

This is what we teach.




Find your community

You can thrive in life with a TBI, but you can't do it alone.  Find out about the two types of community that will help you live your best possible life. Learn More



understand the difference in life with a TBI 

Learn about tested strategies, dependable techniques, and proven tactics to help improve your quality of life. Learn More



medical advancements and treatments

Medical information about the brain is dense, complicated, and hard to understand.  Get clarity about your TBI, with simple and easy to understand language. Learn More


additional help for those in need

There are a lot of great resources specifically designed for TBI survivors and families.  Learn about how they can help you. Learn More

John worked in corporate education until one accident changed his life.

As founder of the BISON project and author of "You Look Great", John Byler has used his TBI as a catalyst to change the lives of countless individuals with TBI.  For more than a decade John has been pioneering a better approach to living a life post TBI.


Frustrated with the futile approach adopted by the majority of the medical community and unnecessary damage that it causes for people with TBI, John has developed a comprehensive and holistic approach t dealing with TBI that empowers YOU to live your best life.





Traumatic Brain Injuries affect people all over the USA, and we want to be there for as many of them as we can. By establishing local BISON branches across the United States, we hope to help as many people as we can. Learn More.

The more we learn about brain injuries and their treatments, the better equipped we are to treat survivors. Thus, BISON aims to support a number of research initiatives. Learn More.




Drawing on the resources established through our partnerships with medical schools, rehabilitation hospitals, and independent professionals, BISON aims to create treatment centers where survivors can receive comprehensive treatment at little to no cost. Learn More.

Through the establishment of partnerships between independent professionals, medical schools, and rehabilitation hospitals, BISON aims to create a network of professionals dedicated to granting TBI survivors the best possible treatment. Learn More.




Donations are a wonderful way to support people with brain injuries, but equally valuable is the time and effort of compassionate individuals. Through numerous volunteer initiatives, BISON will provide aid to TBI survivors in need. Learn More.