Our services and supports are delivered in community-based settings where participants can receive structured support and compassionate care.
The therapeutic activities offered through our neurorehabilitation programs provide children and adolescents with the opportunity to develop skills that will have practical application in their lives as they return home and to school.
Our neurobehavioral programs provide children and adolescents with practical and effective self-management strategies, allowing them to better manage their behaviors and reaction to everyday situations.
NeuroRestorative’s supported living programs are available when older adolescents are making the transition into adulthood, but still require some level of support while living more independently.
Our transitional living programs provide specialized therapeutic services to enhance a child’s functional and behavioral abilities, enabling them to successfully transition from one level of care to another.
Our in-home program assists children and their families with therapy right in their own home.
OutpatientNeuroRestorative’s outpatient programs provide ongoing care to help children and adolescents continue their medical and physical recovery as well as provide support for daily life issues and other challenges that may develop after returning home.
Our day treatment programs offer a viable and cost-effective alternative to prolonged hospitalization and can be a successful next step following acute hospitalization or post-acute, inpatient rehabilitation.
As all parents know, there are some days when you need a break. And the challenges for parents of children with brain injury can sometimes be overwhelming. Through our respite programs, we offer opportunities for children and adolescents to participate in vacation or relaxation programs that provide opportunities to socialize with their peers while giving families some time to rest and recharge.
We offer an array of comprehensive services based on the needs and goals of each child or adolescent, including: