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Rehabilitation Services

Occupational Therapy is designed to maximize clients’ abilities to function in everyday activities of life through innovative, adaptive techniques.

Physical Therapy is focused on functional mobility, balance, strength and endurance to maximize home functioning, work and community skills.

Speech Language Pathology focuses on providing improved cognitive and social communication through individual, group and community interventions.

Neuropsychology and Psychology in both individual and group settings are provided to increase awareness and improve adjustments to the effects of brain injury.

Recreation Services are offered to improve the well-being of each person through the development of leisure and social skills at home and in the community.

Vision Therapy is provided through occupational therapy to improved visual skills using state of the art equipment.

Vocational Services include job searching and job coaching and is offered to all clients interested in attaining appropriate employment or a volunteer position.

Medical Services are established throughout both communities by a network of providers that are utilized for complete medical and dental care.

Case Management is provided by a staff nurse who oversees prescribed medications and health management of each client by monitoring an evaluating routine and emergent health care needs.

Neuropsychological IME’s are available through our Psychology Department. Staff members representing the above disciplines come together to form and interdisciplinary team that works together to evaluate each client and create a unique program designed to meet the individual’s specific needs.

Cognitive Therapy: Focuses on restoration and compensation of cognitive deficits through individual and group treatments.

Rehabilitation Services:We have a comprehensive team of licensed professionals dedicated to the field of Neurological Rehabilitation. Many members of the rehabilition team have 20+ years of working with individuals with acquired brain injury.