Action Recovery Brain Injury Services Reviewed at Quakertown Tip Club MeetingAugust 26, 2020
On August 26th, 2020, William Leiner, New Vitae Wellness and Recovery’s Community Outreach Liaison, offered a brief training on brain injury and treatment to the members of the Quakertown Tip Club. Leiner spoke about the varied ways that individuals can acquire brain injuries, including motor vehicle accidents, falls, and other trauma. He used the opportunity to review the types of brain injury and the treatment options associated with recovery.
Leiner also reviewed the residential and clinical supports for brain injury at New Vitae Wellness and Recovery, including the Neurocognitive Structured Day services, which stimulate cognitive skill training, assist the individual with regaining functional and vocational abilities, and build daily living skills to promote a positive quality of life. He reminded the group of New Vitae’s individualized care through their combination of the neurocognitive structured day supports with residential habilitation and a variety of social activities aimed to boost connections and community.
Leiner offered listeners some brain injury and recovery information before answering the group’s questions. He also provided the group with an opportunity to take a small token of appreciation for their interest. New Vitae Wellness and Recovery thanks everyone for their interest and offers special thanks to William Leiner for his presentation!
"This was by far the best outpatient program I've been to. I've learned a lot and was able to build a strong foundation for my recovery."- Alyssa C. (former treatment participant)