Rehabilitation Specialists provides an array of therapeutic services for individuals affected by brain injury and other neurological compromise. We primarily serve adults and adolescents and act as a source of referral for circumstances outside these parameters.
Typical hours for the outpatient center are 8:30-4:30 EST, but may be expanded on an as-needed basis and with sufficient notice. Our home and community based services and vocational program services are determined and provided based on the needs of the persons serviced and are scheduled accordingly.
Our residential services are provided 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days per year. On weekdays it is expected that our residential clients attend our outpatient program or an alternative daytime activity with the exception of holidays when our residential program is staffed 24 hours per day.
- Medical Stability
- Functional Mobility
- Free from risk of harming self or others
- Free from alcohol and substance abuse or wiling to participate in Addictive Behaviors Service
- Desire to reach agreed upon goals
Rehabilitation Specialists does not discriminate in serving on the basis of race, color, sex, age, marital status, religion or national origin.
While Rehabilitation Specialists serves a clientele that may be afflicted by an array of medical conditions, we are unable to serve those in need of daily nursing care, however, if a person served requires a visiting nurse to care for their specific conditions, Rehabilitation Specialists will work with the person served and that health care provider.
- Physiatry Assessment and Treatment
- Neuropsychological Evaluation (13 years of age and up)
- Psychotherapy Treatment (13 years of age and up)
- Addictive Behaviors Services
- Cognitive Rehabilitation (13 years of age and up)
- Occupational Therapy and Assessment
- Physical Therapy and Assessment
- Speech, Language, Dysphagia Therapy and Assessment
- Life Skills Training
- Respite Care
Except where noted above, all services are for adults served by the outpatient medical rehabilitation program. Residential services and vocational services are provided for persons that are 18 years or older. Home and community based services are provided to adolescent and adult populations, and to those under 13 on a case-by-case basis.
Transition between programs and to other settings is possible and may be discussed at the time of admission or during the treatment process. Discharge can be a dynamic process that involves the persons served, their support system, the treatment team and the funding source.