NeuroRestorative joins together with Main Line Rehabilitation Associates, Inc., of Pennsylvania

NeuroRestorative is pleased to welcome Main Line Rehabilitation Associates into the NeuroRestorative family. Founded in 1986, Main Line Rehabilitation Associates provides home- and community-based supports and services specializing in the unique needs of individuals with brain injury across the state of Pennsylvania.

“NeuroRestorative is delighted to be partnering with such an outstanding, well-established provider as Main Line Rehabilitation Associates,” said Scott Shaw, Executive Director, NeuroRestorative Pennsylvania. “Such partnerships add to the exceptional quality services we deliver. We meet individuals where they are in their recovery journey and provide services that evolve with their needs. Partnering with Main Line Rehabilitation Associates further enriches the full continuum of care we offer in the state.”

As part of NeuroRestorative, Main Line Rehabilitation Associates will continue their 34-year legacy of providing individuals and families with clinical expertise and high-quality supports. Main Line Rehabilitation Associate’s team will continue to deliver measurable outcomes that include improvements in abilities, adjustment, increased community access, long-term independence, and improved quality of life for individuals with brain injury. The service model will continue to emphasize a metacognitive approach, in combination with the development of compensatory strategies, education, and family training to increase independence and safety in the individual’s home and community of choice.

“As a national, leading provider of services for individuals with brain injuries and other neurological challenges, NeuroRestorative understands the importance of high-quality, individualized services,” said Bill Duffy, President, NeuroRestorative. “We are excited to welcome Main Line Rehabilitation Associates to our family and continuum of care, and we look forward to working together to provide an enhanced continuum of care to better serve Pennsylvanians affected by brain injury.”