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We understand that each brain injury is unique, and that rehabilitation must be tailored to each trainee we serve. We also know that every brain injury affects more than just the person who has experienced the injury and offer services to family and other supports that work closely with the injured person.

Services Offered

Twenty week Intensive Cognitive Rehabilitation Program:

This 20 week cognitive rehabilitation program is an intensive effort to overcome the many difficulties caused by a brain injury. Learn More >>

Individual Counseling:

In addition to discussing personal issues this one on one treatment focuses on education about the injury, help in adjusting and emotional support.

Cognitive Training:

Specialized training designed to address deficits in attention and concentration, memory, fatigue, initiation, planning and prioritizing, and other cognitive issues.

Neuropsychologic Assessment:

A comprehensive battery of tests and activities designed to assess specific areas of cognitive and behavioral functions. It is used to help design a treatment approach to assure, as much as possible success in overcoming difficulties caused by the brain injury.

Transitions Program:

A group of services including both individual and peer counseling that is designed to assist participants move from a structured rehabilitation setting to independence within the community.

Family & Significant Others:

Both individual and group supportive counseling, educational programs, and peer support are available to caregivers and loved ones of a person who has suffered a brain injury.

The Goal of Treatment

The rehabilitation of a person with a brain injury is aimed at enabling the person to regain themselves, to the highest degree possible by:

  • Gaining competence and independence in self-care activities, living arrangements, and in managing one’s personal affairs
  • Change maladaptive behaviors
  • Relearning social and interpersonal skills
  • Becoming more efficient in performing school and/or work related activities
  • Achieving stable emotional adjustment to the disability, including acceptance of the changes brought about by the brain injury, maintenance of a positive outlook on the future, and the improvement of self-esteem.