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Rehab In America - Featuring DJ Asselin

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Currently if you get a brain injury depending where you are your care will look very different., most mid brain injury go undiagnosed or under diagnosed, and insurance runs out or as its lost rehabilitation is hard to get.  .  and not know what hit you and your family devastated from thinking you did everything deliberately.  It is a mess for many, but times are changing and the care is getting better, but we have a long way to go., and a lot of corruption from those who say they are there to help us and really want to control the money, big big industry billions from our pain

DJ's premeir show will address just that the journey that is tbi,  hope you learn a lot you could be that resource that someone will need, you may even be the resource you need

Episode Guests

 Sr. Vice Presiden Neal Flannery is a leader and business development specialist in the post-acute brain injury rehabilitation industry.Neal holds a bachelor’s degree in social work and has an MBA. He has multiple certificates and significant experiential and educational accolades. In the past 17 years he has developed and managed several successful residential brain injury rehab facilities. He is the previous founder/CEO of BayView Neuro

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Pam Hayes (founder and director) of
The Arms Forces is a nonprofit organization that embraces the unique needs of veterans who have a traumatic brain injury or post-traumatic stress disorder. We develop and maintain a network of trained volunteer Life Navigation Coaches who give individual assistance to our wounded warriors who have the invisible wounds of war, at no cost to the veteran. We provide support to families and loved ones through our LEEF support experience.

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