Directory of Brain Injury and Spinal Cord Injury Services
Hope Network Rehabilitation Services offers a progressive continuum of rehabilitation options for people living with brain injury, spinal cord injury, or other neurologic conditions. Whether an individual is leaving the hospital setting or in need of some in-home assistance to improve current circumstances, Hope Network provides a variety of programs that are appropriate for all stages of a person’s recovery.
Transitional Inpatient Brain Injury Rehabilitation: An inpatient brain injury program designed to advance an individual’s recovery through intensive therapies provided by a professional line of experts in brain injury rehabilitation.
Spinal Cord Injury Rehabilitation: A continuum of rehabilitation options designed for individuals recovering from injury to the spine. The size and content of a person's program is based upon individual need, and may consist of one or multiple treatment components such as physical therapy, occupational therapy, speech-language pathology, therapeutic recreation, counseling, physiatry, psychiatry, or vocational training and assistance.
Neurobehavioral Inpatient Rehabilitation: Similar to Transitional Inpatient Brain Injury Rehabilitation, but with the addition of fully integrated social work and psychology staff who specialize in the treatment of people with a behavioral component to their brain injury.
Residential Services: Offers homes and apartments on campus that provide various level of supervision and support for people living with brain injury, spinal cord injury, or other disabling conditions.
Therapy Programs: Therapeutic intervention on an inpatient or outpatient basis that can include experts in physical therapy, occupational therapy, speech-language pathology, therapeutic recreation, social work, psychology, and psychiatry services. Hope Network's therapy programs are for people recovering from brain injury, spinal cord injury, or any other physical or cognitive condition that needs therapeutic support.
Community-Based Brain Injury Programs: Designed to provide personal and clinical assistance to people with brain injury who are able to live independently at home, but may need help with more complex tasks.
Lifestyle Enrichment Programs: Provides daytime opportunities for people living with brain injury to improve skills that promote participation in satisfying and constructive leisure, social, and work settings.
Physiatry/Psychiatry Services: Provided by physicians specialized in rehabilitative medicine and behavioral disturbances following brain injury. With this service, participants can find treatment for physical, behavioral, and emotional challenges.
Child and Adolescent Medical Rehabilitation: Overseen by a Board Certified Pediatric Physiatrist, Child and Adolescent Services offer clinical treatment for babies, teens, and adolescents with various physical or cognitive disabilities.
Vocational Rehabilitation: Provides opportunities for people with a variety of disabilities to successfully integrate into the workplace through job skills evaluation, training, placement, and collaboration with area employers.
Unsure if you or a loved one can benefit from one of these programs? Ask Jenny and she'll try to help.