Cognitive FX Launches Non-Profit to Support Brain Injury Survivors Around the World
Cognitive FX, a leading brain injury rehabilitation center, has launched a non-profit with the goal to provide funding to individuals who are unable to afford EPIC Treatment and to expand their scope of research to further their knowledge about the brain.
Natalie Anderson, Sole Survivor from season 29 of the popular ABC TV show Survivor, has teamed up with The Cognitive FX Foundation to raise awareness about concussions and the impact they can have on a person’s daily life. Natalie shares her treatment experience with the hope to help others find the support they need to get their life back and to help raise funds to begin treating individuals from around the world.
The Cognitive FX Foundation has been in the works since early 2016, and The Foundation is thrilled to bring scholarships to those impacted by brain injury.
The Cognitive FX Foundation has been established with the goal to transform the lives of those impacted by brain dysfunction, whether through injury or disease. This change may occur through increasing awareness and education, providing scholarships for treatment at Cognitive FX, or through research exploration and potential treatment development.
Donations will also be put to research and development to better understand and treat neurological disorders such as:
Depression & anxiety
Borderline personality disorder
Other mental health diagnosis
With the support of The Foundation, thousands of people who need brain injury rehabilitation will get the support and necessary therapies to restore their brain function and get their lives back.
The Cognitive FX Foundation has a goal to begin providing scholarships to as many patients as possible as soon as funding is available.
If you know someone who is in need of treatment and could use a scholarship, please fill out a contact form here and include their contact information.