Recovering from a brain or spinal cord injury can be extremely difficult. Fortunately, doctors and scientists are developing new treatment options to more effectively treat brain and spinal cord injuries. Two of these treatment are peripheral nerve re-routing and suppression of scar formation and spinal cord regeneration. Please check out the video for more information… Read More
Two Important Recovery Options in Paralysis
Public Health Care and Public Assistance
Can I still qualify for Medicaid or Medicare even if I already have private health insurance? Financial planner, Jason Lazarus, explains how a person with private health care may still qualify for public assistance. https://brainandspinalcord.org/sites/default/files/videos/original/HealthInsurance%2057.mp4
Six Simple Rules for Caregivers
Family members can suffer great emotional and physical hardship due to the care of a loved one that is disabled. Fortunately, there are many things that caregivers can do to ensure the best care for their loved ones and also attend to their own needs. https://brainandspinalcord.org/sites/default/files/videos/original/RulesforCaregivers%2059.mp4
Medicaid and Medicare: Too much income to qualify?
Recovering from a catastrophic brain or spinal cord injury can be very difficult both physically and financially. Few are fortunate enough to have the assets to cover all of the costs of recovery, but some have enough to cover a portion of the cost. Unfortunately, this can be a problem when they apply for Medicaid… Read More
Medicaid and Medicare: What’s it all mean?
Jason Lazarus, a financial planner from Orlando, FL, explains the differences between Medicaid and Medicare. He also explains how a brain or spinal cord injury survivor can determine if the qualify for either service.