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Brain Injury Rehabilitation CARF Accredited

Improve function. Gain independence. Find support.

Our brain injury rehabilitation services stay with you after you leave our acute inpatient program.

RHI NeuroRehabilitation Center is a comprehensive outpatient rehabilitation facility designed to help you achieve your highest potential.
Your RHI NRC
Interdisciplinary Team:
  • Neuropsychologist
  • Occupational therapists
  • Physical therapists
  • Speech therapists
  • Vision therapists
  • Case manager
  • Resource facilitator
  • Neuropsychology technician

Outpatient Therapy Programs

We provide a seamless continuum of care from our acute inpatient rehabilitative care and stay with you for outpatient services. Our full-day rehabilitation programs for patients who have had a brain injury are unsurpassed.

As with our inpatient therapy, our outpatient rehabilitation therapies are based in proven research led by our team of neuropsychologists.
VISION PROGRAM
Our specialized team of occupational therapists is focused on helping patients to improve their vision.

Our team has expertise in providing:
  • Pediatric vision therapy
  • Adult post-brain injury and stroke vision rehabilitation
  • Treatment for degenerative eye diseases (such as Macular Degeneration and Diabetic Retinopathy)
RHI NRC SUPPORT & EDUCATION
Brain Injury Community Re-Entry Program:
  • Comprehensive services assist patients who’ve suffered strokes or brain injuries to function independently in the community, home, and work settings
  • Clinicians address physical impairments and difficulties with memory, attention, communication, awareness, problem-solving, and emotional adjustment.
OUTPATIENT NEUROREHABILITATION EVALUATION (ONE)
The ONE is a two-day multidisciplinary assessment for people with brain injury that provides an initial evaluation to determine an individualized treatment plan, an estimated length of treatment, and overall outcome goals for the person with a brain injury and their caregivers.

Evaluations are completed by physical, occupational, and speech therapies, case management, and clinical neuropsychology. After the evaluation, the patient and caregivers are seen in conference to review the findings, the plan, the estimated length of treatment, and the rehabilitation goals.

BRAIN INJURY COMMUNITY RE-ENTRY PROGRAM
  • Comprehensive services assist patients who’ve suffered strokes or brain injuries to function independently in the community, home, and work settings.
  • Clinicians address physical impairments and difficulties with memory, attention, communication, awareness, problem-solving, and emotional adjustment.
DRIVING EVALUATION & TRAINING
This program promotes safety and independence as our patients strive to re-integrate into their community though our driving retraining program.

Our specialized team of clinicians is trained in:
  • Screening limitations involving vision
  • Motor control
  • Cognition
  • Judgment
  • Safety
  • Road knowledge

Brain Injury Support Groups

BRAIN INJURY COPING SKILLS GROUP
This group is dedicated to providing brain injury survivors and their caregivers with education and coping skills to face long-term challenges in a supportive environment with other individuals facing the same situations and sharing the same concerns as participants in the rehabilitation process.

Participants learn:
  • About the effects of brain injury
  • What to expect of recovery
  • The important role that caregivers plays in rehabilitation
  • Goal-setting and goal-management training
  • Stress management and problem-solving skills
  • Long-term coping skills
  • Signs and symptoms of depression
  • Ways to manage various situations after a brain injury
BRIDGING THE GAP SUPPORT GROUP
This award-winning support group for brain injury survivors and their caregivers is conducted in collaboration with the Brain Injury Association of Indiana. This group is dedicated to meeting the needs of survivors in outpatient rehabilitation, those who have completed rehabilitation, or those who never had rehabilitation.

Participants can expect:
  • Caregivers and survivors are split into different sessions.
  • Social gatherings held provide additional network of support and satisfy social needs.
Topics addressed include:
  • Situational problem-solving
  • Goal-setting
  • Returning to work
  • Returning to driving
  • Medication issues
  • Medicaid, disability, and other assistance programs
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