Return to productive activities in your community after a brain injury.
There are many different types of brain injuries including: traumatic brain injury (TBI), stroke, tumor removal, anoxic brain injury, and many others.
After an individual has a brain injury, there can be many long-lasting difficulties related to cognition, motor, sensory, and behavioral function.
Because of these difficulties it could make it challenging for an individual to return to their community doing the things they used to love.
Work, Volunteering, Education and overall independence with daily tasks are some of the things that individuals after a brain injury would like to get back to in their community but sometimes are unsure how to start this process.
Do you or the one you care for want to get back to life before the brain injury?
Want to find more meaning throughout the day?
Miss the social aspect related to working, volunteering, or school?
- The main goal of community reintegration is helping individuals return to productive and meaningful activities within their home and community with an emphasis on work, volunteering, and education.
- We will work with you to establish and address you individuals goals related to community reintegration.
- Next, we will look at you current abilities, barriers, and what accommodations may be most best beneficial for you.
- Transportation and technology/equipment needs are important aspects we address within community reintegration as well.
- Mobile outpatient occupational therapy (OT), physical therapy (PT), and speech therapy (ST)
- Connecting to resources and supports within the community
- Collaboration with the workplace, volunteer site, and school services
- Readiness assessment/screening
- Interest testing and exploration
Call For More Information!
If you think community reintegration may benefit you or the one you care for, we would love to help you by inviting you to call for more information.