The Traumatic Brain Injury
and Neuro-Rehabilitation unit is designed to provide medical recovery and improve patients' quality of life. Our focus is on enhancing self care, educating patients and families, and preparing patients for the transition to the next level of care. This may include home and/or continued rehabilitation at a Subacute, Home Care, Outpatient, or a Day Treatment setting like the RETURN! program
We understand that families play a key role in a successful rehabilitation program. Our multidisciplinary team works closely with families to support, educate, and assist them every step of the way. The treatment team provides individualized and group treatment to improve communication, cognition, swallowing, functional activities of daily living and physical abilities.
Diagnoses and rehabilitation problems served include:
- Multiple Sclerosis
- Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy/Chronic Regional Pain Syndrome
- Peripheral neuropathy
- Parkinson's Disease
- Post polio
- Guillian Barre Syndrome
- Cruetzfeld Jacob Disease
- Brain and Spine surgeries
Additionally, patients who have a complicated neurological history but currently require therapy for a different primary diagnosis (e.g. a hip fracture) are often best served on a rehabilitation unit where therapists are trained to deal with these multiple complex issues.
Multidisciplinary Team Members
Neurological Methods of Team and Family Communication
Interacting with Your Family Member
Increasing Involvement in Rehab for Families
What do I tell My Children?
Planning for Discharge
Comprehensive Inpatient Rehabilitation
Traumatic Brain Injury/Neurological Inpatient Rehabilitation