NeuroCare

Supporting individuals with Acquired or Traumatic Brain Injury Across the Lifespan

Our community- and center-based cognitive behavioral
services offer direct treatment as well as guidance and
support for caregivers of adults with an acquired or
traumatic brain injury as well as other related or similar conditions.

Our NeuroCare support care team will explore ways to increase independence and quality of life using a person-centered planning approach. We will work with you and your team to understand your personal goals to develop and implement an individualized treatment plan.

Components of the treatment plan may include:

  • Your goals and treatment steps toward that goal.
  • Treatment provider collaborations to support development of your goals
  • Training for you and your care team on strategies to improve your quality of life and meet your personal treatment goals.

Our services areas may address

  • Acquisition and Retraining Daily
    Living Skills
  • Social Coaching
  • Behavior Management
  • Vocational Rehabilitation training
  • Sexual Health and Relationships
  • Community Access
  • Leisure and Recreation
  • Overall Health & Wellness Planning
  • Caregiver Supports
  • Ecological/ Home assessments
  • Communication

Psychological Evaluations

We offer comprehensive psychological evaluations for individuals who are presenting with learning, mental health, or behavioral challenges

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Occupational Therapy Evaluations

Our therapists evaluate fine and sensorimotor skills and the impact that these skills have on self-care, daily living skills, academic participation, and general skill development

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Individual and Family Therapy

Individuals with autism or related neurodevelopmental disorders and their families often benefit from therapeutic support that improves their social and emotional well-being

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Occupational Therapy
Treatment

Our therapists evaluate fine and sensorimotor skills and the impact that these skills have on self-care, daily living skills, academic participation, and general skill development

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