NeuroRestorative Welcomes Walton West TLC and Expands to Georgia

Walton WestNeuroRestorative, a leading provider of post-acute brain injury services is pleased to welcome Walton West Transitional Living Center to the NeuroRestorative family.  Located in Augusta, Georgia, Walton West Transitional Living Center has provided transitional living programs to individuals who have sustained acquired or traumatic brain injuries for more than 15 years. 

Now operating as NeuroRestorative Georgia, this community-based setting offers a nurturing therapeutic environment located in the heart of Augusta.  Its centralized location provides a unique opportunity for collaboration with several neighboring institutions, including the Medical College of Georgia, University Health System, the Augusta VA Medical Center, Trinity Hospital, Doctors Hospital and Aiken Regional Medical Centers.  Participants receive comprehensive, post-acute skilled therapy services including support with activities of daily living designed to foster independence, inpatient and outpatient therapies, and behavioral and socialization programs.  The grounds are also home to the Bill Monge Horticultural Center offering participants a unique vocational development opportunity.   

“As a leading provider of post-acute services for individuals with brain injuries and other neurological challenges throughout the country, NeuroRestorative is excited to expand our services to Georgia and to serve even more individuals in need of our care,” said Bill Duffy, NeuroRestorative's Chief Operating Officer. 

NeuroRestorative’s programs are individually tailored to help participants live as independently as possible and enjoy a full and productive life, offering professional assistance and unparalleled resources to those we serve – from addressing medical complexities to providing specialized therapy to delivering ongoing community-based supports.  Dr. Frank Lewis, PhD, CBIST, who brings over 25 years of experience within the field of brain injury rehabilitation as an educator, researcher and administrator, including his current role as an adjunct professor for the Department of Psychology at Augusta State University, will serve as Clinical Director of NeuroRestorative Georgia.

“I am confident that the quality of services participants and their families receive will be strengthened and reinforced by this collaboration,” said Jane Imboden, NeuroRestorative’s Vice President of Operations for the Southeast.  "We are excited to welcome Walton West Transitional Living Center’s participants and staff into our family.”

Walton West Transitional Living Center is now operating under the name NeuroRestorative Georgia.  For more information, please visit the NeuroRestorative Georgia webpage