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Our Programs

We offer three distinct treatment programs, each designed to advance patients with brain injury back into the community with as much independence as possible.  Your rehabilitative plan is customized to meet your unique needs and includes:

• Neuropsychology
• Physical Therapy
• Occupational Therapy
• Speech Language Pathology
• Recreational Therapy
• Social Work
• Skilled Nursing Care

Advanced Neurobehavioral Rehabilitation (ANR)

This program is designed for clients who need 30-90 days of rehabilitation. Our objective is to increase your independent living skills by improving cognitive, emotional, behavioral and physical functioning. To protect our clients, we also offer advanced technology to help control wandering.

Extended Neurorecovery Treatment (ENR)

Clients who enter this program will also work on the skills outlined in the ANR program, but this level is for people who are currently institutionalized and those who need more time (up to a year) in rehabilitation in order to move back into the community.

Medical Intervention Treatment (MIT)

This level of treatment is for patients with brain injury that has left them with low levels of consciousness and for those who require skilled nursing care to manage their health and prevent serious medical complications. Our goal is improve their condition enough so they can move up to our other treatment programs. The length of stay depends on the severity of the brain injury. Clients in this program must be medically stable and have the potential to progress.

Acquired Brain Injury Diagnoses
  • Traumatic brain injury
  • Stroke, including hemorrhage
  • Anoxic brain injury (lack of oxygen to brain)
  • Brain injury following brain infection
  • Brain injury caused by tumor
  • Brain injury from chemical abuse
  • Brain injury caused by metabolic conditions
Admission Requirements
  • 18 years or older
  • Diagnosed with Acquired Brain Injury
  • Medically Stable