Action Recovery: Brain Injury Services
In order to offer cutting-edge alternatives for those who have experienced brain injuries, New Vitae Wellness and Recovery provides traumatic brain injury treatment through our Action Recovery: Brain Injury Services. New Vitae has been assisting individuals who have been diagnosed with brain injuries for 30 years, and we are now able to present additional service opportunities, including specialized medical and residential services. Respite Care, Transitional Living services, and Long-term care choices are all available through Action Recovery, with clinical services designed to meet the needs of individuals, family members, and allies. Our team includes:
- Physicians (Primary Care, Psychiatry, Neurology, and Sports Medicine Specialists)
- Psychologists and Licensed Social Workers
- Nursing Staff
- Occupational and Physical Therapists
- Speech and Cognitive Therapists
- Rehabilitation Technicians
- Behavior Specialists
Our array of service options promotes continuity throughout recovery.
In addition to supports designed to facilitate recovery from brain injury, individuals receiving services from Action Recovery can utilize the New Vitae Wellness and Recovery Center to assist with emergent or long-term behavioral health challenges. Individual and group therapy, case management services, mentoring, and other individualized supports can be woven into a plan for recovery that emphasizes holistic care.
All services begin with an assessment of strengths, needs, and goals, with a supportive intake process. Afterwards, the recovery team will work with the individual receiving services and his/her family to establish a personalized daily routine and schedule. Medical, cognitive, vocational, and psychosocial challenges can all be explored.
New Vitae Action Recovery Brain Injury Services include medication administration, assistance with daily living tasks, and establishing and maintaining community connections. Recreational activities are routinely scheduled to encourage peer to peer support. Additionally, regular job training and coaching is available to support prevocational or community employment.
Additional information is readily available through contact with our admissions department. Please contact us at: 610-965-9021, extension 250.
Click here to download our brochure on Action Recovery Brain Injury Services.
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