Individuals that sustain traumatic brain injuries usually require rehabilitation beyond the immediate treatment received in a hospital. Post-acute neurorehabilitation can be a determining factor in the long-term success of a person with an acquired brain injury (ABI) or traumatic brain injury (TBI). Post-acute neurorehabilitation provides a more comprehensive level of care for people transferring from the hospital or sub-acute program. These programs can also serve those who may have been living at home and have never participated in services designed to address the challenges associated with a traumatic brain injury.
Learning Services’ trans-disciplinary post-acute neurorehabilitation programs feature the following key components:
The post-acute neurorehabilitation services are offered in residential settings, which are staffed 7 days a week, 24 hours per day. These programs utilize a variety of settings for the therapeutic environment, with an emphasis on community integration. This ensures each person is able to transfer the use compensatory strategies in numerous settings and situations. This leads to long-lasting outcomes and greater independence.