Memorial Health Outpatient Rehab offers an outpatient program for people with traumatic brain injuries. It includes comprehensive, multidisciplinary treatment to address medical, physical, psychological, and cognitive needs; education and training to meet family needs; and recommendations for home and work area modifications.

An individual brain injury treatment program might include the following:

  • Psychological and neurological evaluations and counseling
  • Strengthening and conditioning exercises in our pool
  • Therapies for improving strength, endurance, mobility, ambulation, and activities of daily living
  • Recreational therapy
  • Serial casting to increase range of motion and inhibit tone
  • Treatment of swallowing disorders
  • One-on-one and computerized training for communication, memory, and problem-solving difficulties
  • Bowel and bladder training
  • Biofeedback
  • Family conferences, involvement, and counseling
  • Referral to vocational rehabilitation services
  • Referral for driving evaluation and re-training
  • Home assessments to recommend adaptive equipment and placement of ramps and railings
  • Home exercise program
  • Therapies that emphasize learning to cook, clean, and keep house; budgeting and managing money; problem solving; spending leisure time productively; obtaining and benefiting from community resources; coping with the stress of daily living; interacting with others comfortably; and working more efficiently on the job and at home