If you or a loved one has experienced a brain injury, stroke, spinal cord injury or other neurologic condition, you should know something – you’re far from alone. We’re here to answer any questions you have and help you navigate the process.
What do I need to start the referral process?
If you are not sure where to start, we encourage you to contact our admissions team directly. One of our admissions coordinators will gather some basic information from you and determine the next steps based on your situation. They can assist in obtaining a prescription from your physician, as well as any additional documentation that will be needed.
For more information read our Referral and Admissions Checklist page.
What happens next?
Once you have been referred to Hope Network Neuro Rehabilitation, the admissions team will review your records and funding to determine eligibility. After obtaining funding approval, we will get to work on coordinating a transition plan with you, your family, and your physician.
Which program is right for me?
Hope Network Neuro Rehabilitation offers both inpatient and outpatient programs that are tailored to fit the needs of each individual patient.
Your admissions coordinator will work with you, the referring physician, and your discharge planner to determine which program is the most appropriate for you.
What types of funding are accepted?
We have experience working with many types of funding arrangements and are dedicated to helping patients and families navigate the maze that the process often presents. We accept most commercial insurance providers, worker’s compensation, MI auto no-fault insurance, Medicaid waiver programs, and Veterans who are eligible for the Department of Veterans Affairs Assisted Living TBI pilot program.
Can my family visit while I am there?
Absolutely. We believe that the love and support of family and friends is the foundation for a successful recovery, so we do our best to integrate their participation in a patient’s care wherever possible. Using personal preferences and treatment team guidance, we lay out a plan that determines how an individual’s support system can be an active part in his or her recovery; not only during therapies but during down times too.
If you have other questions that haven’t been answered here, contact our Admission Team directly at 855.407.7575 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Our experienced admissions coordinators can help set up a tour, answer questions about funding, or provide additional information.