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Traumatic Brain Injury Rehabilitation

The comprehensive traumatic brain injury (TBI) program is dedicated to providing the quality care necessary for recovery from head injury. We offer the resources necessary to help patients achieve a more independent and productive life.

Program Objectives

Following an initial assessment, the team develops an individualized treatment plan with the patient and their family. We work with patients on:

  • Cognitive and functional abilities to facilitate the return to home or other community setting
  • Mobility and self-care skills
  • Neuropsychological testing
  • Behavioral programs for acute stages of recovery
  • Language and communication skills
  • Community mobility, resources and re-entry
  • Assessment of adaptive equipment needs
  • Supportive counseling for adjustment issues

Brain Injury Patient Outcomes for Fiscal Year 2012

Number Served 51
Age
​   Average Age 53
​   Age Range 18 to 84
Male/Female Ratio
​   Male ​66%
​   Female ​34%
Average Length of Stay, Days ​13.4
Discharged to:
​   Home Setting (Percent) ​42 (82.4%)
​   Long Term Care 5.9%
​   Sub-Acute & Rehab 3.9%
​   Acute ​7.8%

 

 
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