NeuLife Rehabilitation today announced that effective March 15, 2017 it will be participating in the Coventry Integrated Network for both inpatient and outpatient treatment. Worker’s compensation clients will now have improved access to NeuLife’s extraordinary specialized rehabilitation programs for catastrophic/complex injuries and illnesses such as traumatic brain injury, spinal cord injury, amputations, complex orthopedics, stroke and other debilitating conditions.
“This contract improves access to treatment for people in need of specialized rehabilitation in a therapeutic setting after suffering a catastrophic and debilitating injury or illness,” said Robert J. Bunker, Chairman and CEO of NeuLife Rehabilitation. “Through NeuLife’s expert care and programming, this contract opens doors to those in need and provides the opportunity to individuals and their caregivers to lead a productive and fulfilling life.”
“NeuLife is a place where miracles happen every day. This contract enables participating individuals and their caregivers to experience the benefits of NeuLife’s individualized treatment programs that empower them to achieve their full potential” said Lydia Hendrix, NeuLife’s COO. “Network participants can now reap the benefits of quality rehabilitative care in a therapeutic, residential setting.”
Coventry offers care and cost management solutions to employers, carriers and third party administrators including a nationwide network of preferred providers (both professional and facility) for individuals injured at work. NeuLife Rehabilitation is one of the largest residential post-acute rehabilitation programs of its kind. NeuLife specializes in rehabilitation for a wide-range of catastrophic injuries and is accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF). Programs include inpatient general and neurological rehabilitation, behavioral/cognitive therapy, community reintegration and Supported Living.
About NeuLife Rehab
NeuLife is a Residential Post-Acute Care organization specializing in catastrophic rehabilitation for Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI), Spinal Cord Injury (SCI) and other complex diagnoses. Their program includes Physical, Occupational, Speech, Cognitive, Vocational, Counseling, Dietary, Behavioral Services and more. The NeuLife inpatient rehabilitation facility is situated on 43 beautiful acres in Mount Dora, Florida, and their spacious 60,000 square foot facility offers 54 private suites, each with separate living quarters. These special accommodations include features and amenities similar to those found in luxury hotels. For more information, visit www.NeuLifeRehab.com.
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MOUNT DORA, FL, March 1, 2017– As an industry leader in brain injury rehabilitation, NeuLife brain injury facility is dedicated to raising awareness of traumatic brain injury (TBI). This year, NeuLife celebrates Brain Injury Awareness Month by announcing the expansion of their Supported Living Program, as part of an expanded service offering.
According to the Brain Injury Association of America, nearly 1.7 million people sustain a brain injury in America each year. While most people who experience a brain injury are able to return to their daily lives, at least 125,000 are left permanently disabled as a result of their TBI. The Supported Living Program at NeuLife is a temporary (respite care) option or a permanent living solution for patients with brain and other neurologic injuries who aren’t able to safely return home.
“While the effects of a brain injury may not be physically apparent, they are continuously challenging the individual and family unit,” said Lydia Hendrix, COO at NeuLife. “Often times, despite best efforts, brain injured individuals are unable to safely live alone or have the necessary 24/7 care and support. Our supported living program is designed to ease those challenges and provide each patient with the tools and opportunities to live a fulfilling and independent life.”
NeuLife - the leading brain injury facility - understands that every patient is unique – this mindset is the driving force behind their individualized approach to care. Their supported living program is an alternative within the post-acute phase of recovery that applies “real life” environments uniquely designed to promote independent living skills and maximize self-reliance. The daily routines provide a sense of security and familiarity which can help individuals who have had repeated difficulties functioning in various environments.
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MOUNT DORA, FL, January 4, 2017– NeuLife Rehabilitation is proud to announce that they have received three-year accreditation from the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF). NeuLife was surveyed in November 2016, and awarded accreditation for their Residential Rehabilitation and Brain Injury Rehab Programs.
“This achievement is a reflection of our dedication and commitment to providing the highest quality of care to the patients we serve,” said Robert Bunker, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of NeuLife. “I’m incredibly proud of our interdisciplinary team of clinicians and administrators. We strive to provide exceptional rehabilitation for patients that have experienced a catastrophic injury through our Post-Acute Neuro and Spinal Rehabilitation Programs.”
CARF accreditation is an internationally recognized benchmark indicator of quality services in the rehabilitation industry. This three-year renewable accreditation serves as a validation of NeuLife’s dedication to its patients by continually improving services, implementing state-of-the-art technologies and adherence to strict quality and safety standards.
“CARF accreditation is the “gold seal” of rehabilitation practice, and this achievement is a reflection of the proven outcomes we’re continuously achieving through evidence-based practice,” said Lydia Hendrix, RN, BSN, MS, CRRN, Chief Operating Officer of NeuLife. “In order to receive accreditation, facilities are evaluated against rigorous criteria. NeuLife met and exceeded the strict standards of performance.”
Accreditation is awarded following thorough internal examination and an on-site inspection conducted by expert practitioners selected by CARF. During the survey, the provider must demonstrate compliance to a series of rigorous and internationally recognized CARF standards. Following approval of CARF accreditation, NeuLife must report ongoing improvements to programs and services as evidence of continual improvement.
About NeuLifeRehab & CARF International
NeuLife is a Residential Post-Acute Care organization specializing in catastrophic rehabilitation for Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI), Spinal Cord Injury (SCI) and other complex diagnoses. Their program includes Physical, Occupational, Speech, Cognitive, Vocational, Counseling, Dietary, Behavioral Services and more. The NeuLife inpatient rehabilitation facility is situated on 43 beautiful acres in Mount Dora, Florida, and their spacious 80,000 square foot facility offers 54 private suites, each with separate living quarters. These special accommodations include features and amenities similar to those found in luxury hotels. For more information, visit www.NeuLifeRehab.com.
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Mount Dora, FL, Nov. 4, 2016– NeuLife Rehabilitation is proud to announce their partnership with Lake Technical College. NeuLife has joined forces with Lake Tech as a clinical training site for students in the Licensed Practical Nursing (LPN) and Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) programs.
“We believe this relationship will benefits and strengthen NeuLife, Lake Tech and the local community that we serve,” said Forrest L. Scott, SPHR, SHRM-SCP, Vice President of Human Resources at NeuLife. “We are also exploring additional vocational areas that may enhance the skills of our staff and clients.”
As a clinical training site, NeuLife will provide students with a real-time clinical setting for hands-on training. Under the direct supervision of an accompanying Lake Tech faculty member, students will apply their classroom knowledge and gain experience managing the workflow in real-life, real-time situations.
“Through this partnership, we will be able to share resources and best practices with students that will go on to serve the patients in our community,” said Bob Bunker, Chairman and CEO of NeuLife Rehabilitation. “As evidenced by this collaboration with Lake Tech, we continue to invest in our community’s future. Our quality awards and accreditations are a testament to our commitment to providing the highest quality care for catastrophically injured patients and achieving the best possible outcomes.”
Lake Technical College has a main campus located in Eustis, Florida, and an extension campus, the Institute of Public Safety (IPS), located in Tavares, Florida. Lake Tech is a public, post-secondary educational institution offering numerous post-secondary certificate programs.
About NeuLife Rehabilitation Services
NeuLife is a Residential Post-Acute Rehab organization specializing in catastrophic rehabilitation for Traumatic Brain Injury Rehab (TBI), Spinal Cord Injury (SCI) and other complex diagnoses. Their program includes Physical, Occupational, Speech, Cognitive, Vocational, Counseling, Dietary, Behavioral Services and more. The NeuLife Rehab campus is situated on 43 beautiful acres in Mount Dora, Florida, and their spacious 60,000 square foot facility offers 54 private suites, each with separate living quarters. These special accommodations include features and amenities similar to those found in luxury hotels. For more information, visit our website.
If you would like more information about NeuLife Rehabilitation Services, please contact Lydia Hendrix BSN, CRRN, MS.
Mount Dora, FL, May 26, 2016– Since opening its doors on September 5, 2013, NeuLife Rehabilitation has remained dedicated to providing expert rehabilitation to meet the unique needs of catastrophically injured patients. By empowering people to achieve their highest level of recovery and independence, NeuLife Rehabilitation focuses on reintegrating patients back into the community.
The 60,000 square foot NeuLife facility is situated on 43 acres in the heart of Central Florida, just 35 minutes from downtown Orlando.
In 2016 alone, NeuLife admissions are nearly equivalent to all prior admissions for the first two years of operation combined. Virtually all growth measures are up and to the right. NeuLife expects to finish 2016 shattering records and is well positioned and prepared for future growth and expansion thereafter. Although catastrophic injuries make up a relatively small percentage of overall hospitalizations, the nature of these cases require clinical expertise and oversight while assuring both patients and their families are equipped with the knowledge and advocacy skills necessary to navigate through a lifetime. Examples of catastrophic injuries are brain and spinal cord injuries, multiple traumas, orthopedic injuries or amputations, debilitating strokes, severe burns and other complex diagnoses. NeuLife serves these diagnoses and beyond.
“NeuLife’s outcomes are a testament to the expert team and collaborative approach required to care for these types of cases” said Lydia Hendrix, COO of NeuLife Rehabilitation. “As a Certified Rehabilitation Registered Nurse with more than 25 years of experience in this field, I have seen far too many catastrophically injured patients fail in our traditional care continuum model. Healthcare reform and external pressures often leave the patient and family behind. We are challenging the status-quo of the post-acute rehabilitative care continuum– and it’s working.”
NeuLife customizes care plans and treatments to facilitate significant functional and cognitive gains. Greater than 90% of patients admitted to NeuLife Rehabilitation are discharged home and successfully reintegrated into the community.
“NeuLife Rehabilitation’s strategic goal is to be the post-acute rehabilitation provider of choice for catastrophically injured, complex care patients,” said Bob Bunker, Chairman and CEO of NeuLife Rehabilitation. “Our specialized services and emphasis community rehabilitation fills a critical gap in our care continuum. NeuLife is positioned for continued growth with planned expansion into markets around the country. Effectively treating these high-risk, catastrophically injured patients in the right setting for their individual needs will result in the best possible outcomes at the lowest cost.”
We know that choosing the next step in your recovery from a catastrophic illness or injury is complex. Together, we can help you take the next step.
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