Traumatic Brain Injury Rehabilitation Centers
According to the Brain Injury Association of America, each year 2.4 million adults and children sustain a traumatic brain injury, and over 795,000 experience a brain injury from non-traumatic causes, such as stroke, seizures and tumors. The most serious of these injuries can affect a person’s ability to think, speak, or move — and even impact their personality.
CareMeridian brain injury rehabilitation centers serve patients ready to leave the hospital as well as those no longer able to have their needs met at home. Many of our patients also reduce the length of their hospital stays because our community-based facilities offer advanced catastrophic injury care capabilities, including halo care, ventilation and trach care, feeding tubes and vac care for wounds that are still in need of healing.
CareMeridian gives all our patients the opportunity to recover and advance in their independence in a non-institutional setting, while receiving active, personalized 1:1 therapy and benefitting from an industry-leading 1:4 staff-to-patient ratio. Acquired and traumatic brain injury rehabilitation at CareMeridian means support and care from a team of doctors, nurses and therapists who are experienced in systematically implementing highly individualized care plans informed by the most up-to-date brain injury and neurological medicine.
It’s an approach to subacute care that has provided proven results for decades, while shortening the length of expensive hospital stays.
Skilled (Subacute) Brain Injury Rehabilitation Program
CareMeridian’s personalized approach to acute brain injury care is vital for helping a patient recover at a pace that’s best for their physical, behavioral, and emotional needs. We also promote recovery in a non-institutional environment, while using state-of-the-art medical equipment for a comprehensive care program with proven outcomes.
Learn more about our Skilled (Subacute) Brain Injury Rehabilitation Program.
Residential Brain Injury Rehabilitation Program
CareMeridian’s residential neurorehab programs use active rehabilitation to help individuals who have sustained a neurological injury as a result of trauma or stroke to reach their goals, whether returning home, to work or to school, or remaining permanently at CareMeridian. Each resident has an individualized service plan developed and implemented by our interdisciplinary team of professionals with input from all stakeholders. Stakeholders include the patient resident, family members, referral facility discharge planners, payer case managers and adjustors. Progress is constantly measured and plans are frequently updated to ensure that residents make as much progress as possible in developing the practical skills needed in their lives as they work toward increased independence and community re-integration.
Learn more about our Skilled Brain Injury Rehabilitation Programs.