Transitional Inpatient Brain Injury Rehabilitation
Transitional Inpatient Brain Injury Rehabilitation is a program designed to advance a person's recovery from brain injury.
Patients live at one of our transitional living centers where they will be assigned a personal treatment team of experts. This team may include occupational therapists, physical therapists, speech-language pathologists, psychiatrists, psychologists, social workers, physiatrists, and/or residential staff. With input from the patient and the family as well as the referring physician, our treatment team designs an intensive treatment plan unique to the patient's abilities and goals.
Transitional Inpatient Brain Injury Rehabilitation specifically addresses a patient's immediate need to re-learn and practice activities of daily living, develop strategies to overcome physical and cognitive limitations, and re-establish leisure and vocational lifestyles that promote independence. As skills are increased, Hope Network Rehabilitation Services offers a progressive continuum of brain injury programs so individuals can transition to less-dependent settings that continue to promote their recovery.
Transitional Inpatient Brain Injury Rehabilitation is available in Grand Rapids and East Lansing.
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