Support For Individuals & Caregivers

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IRS Information for People with Disabilities

Special assistance is available for persons with disabilities. If you are unable to complete your tax return because of a disability, you may be able to obtain assistance from an IRS office or the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance or Tax Counseling for the Elderly Programs sponsored by IRS.

Brain Injury Canada

The mission of Brain Injury Canada is to enhance the quality of life of individuals and families/caregivers living with brain injury in Canada.
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Supportive Articles

 
Article supporting Disability
Communicating with your Healthcare Provider
Complete guide to Becoming Your own Medical Advocate
Easily organize meals for the person who is ill
Food Tidings~Organize meals for those in need
Caring Bridge~share medical information with friends and family
Neurologist Jim Morrow share of being diagnosed with Limbic Encephalitis
The exorcism of Doctor Escudero
The Wonder Years: What was wrong with 6 yr. old Rory?
Finding a herd~Texas Children's Blog
Some psychosis cases an 'immune disorder'
When people ignore my daughter with apraxia
A mother's frightening fight against autoimmune encephalitis
9 questions your doctor wishes you'd ask
USM student overcomes brain disorder
What patients want from their care team~Wish list
12 ways to make sure a chronically ill friend does not feel left behind
Seeing a 'silver lining' in a critial diagnosis
After damaging my short-term memory, I'm surprised by the things I can no longer recall
Succeeding as a spousal caregiver
10 year old boy recovers from rare disease
The conversation I had to have with the people who judge my illness
Teen battles rare, newly recognized disease
Letter to sick College Student
Letter to my little sister who stayed with me during my first psychotic episode
Sleep problems persist long after brain injury
Living my life in the grey area of disability
What Brain injury survivors want you to know
Short film on memory loss
How to find meaning in suffering
My body attacked my brain and left me with the memory of a goldfish
Neurofatigue
6 ways to manage and organize your medication
The ER overcharged Me
Cognitive impairments preceding Limbic Encephalitis
10 tips for those with a rare disease
Avoid getting lost
Return to work after ABI
Acquired Brain Injury

Our website is not a substitute for independent professional medical advice. Nothing contained on our website is intended to be used as medical advice. No content is intended to be used to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease, nor should it be used for therapeutic purposes or as a substitute for your own health professional's advice. Although THE INTERNATIONAL AUTOIMMUNE ENCEPHALITIS SOCIETY  provides a great deal of information about AUTOIMMUNE ENCEPHALITIS, all content is provided for informational purposes only. The International Autoimmune Encephalitis Society  cannot provide medical advice.


International Autoimmune Encephalitis Society is a charitable non-profit 501(c)(3) organization founded in 2016 by Tabitha Andrews Orth, Gene Desotell and Anji Hogan-Fesler. Tax ID# 81-3752344. Donations raised directly supports research, patients, families and caregivers impacted by autoimmune encephalitis and to educating healthcare communities around the world. Financial statement will be made available upon request.

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