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Gemassist, which was created by traumatic brain injury survivor Deborah Krupp, also strives to find more organizations that can provide additional resources to help treat patients with related medical issues.

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Did you know? The Gemassist Brain Awareness Foundation helps Louisvillians find access to rehabilitation treatments + medical research to improve their treatment outcomes.

Gemassist ensures that people with neurological illnesses, including TBI, spinal cord injury, Parkinson’s, MS + more, receive financial aid assistance to continue their recovery. Read: The extra funds can cover everything from an office visit co-pay to helping them buy a piece of medically necessary equipment for daily life.

Learn more about how to support Gemassist below.

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