Brain injuries are incredibly common in the United States and they can be differentiated by their origin into two categories: before birth injury, and acquired brain injury (ABI). ABI is further divided into 3 groups: traumatic (TBI), mild-traumatic, and non-traumatic. In the United States alone the number of TBI- related emergency department visits, hospitalizations, and deaths increased by 53% between 2006 and 2014.
Survivors of brain injury can face adverse effects that last a few days, or for the rest of their lives. These effects can include impairments to cognitive abilities, memory, movement, sensation, or emotional functioning. And they affect the impaired person’s friends and family. However, do not worry! At our brain injury facility we provide a variety of treatments to support our patients’ path to recovery. Now, let me run you through what it is that our rehabilitation centers offer that you won’t find anywhere else!
We can confidently say that we are one of the best brain injury rehabilitation centers because of our fantastic staff. We have collectively OVER 200 YEARS of clinical rehabilitation experience. But it is not only our experience, nor the certifications that make us stand out. Every member of our staff is dedicated to their roles in promoting healing, wellness and personal fulfillment to our patients and their loved ones. And we know that it is best achieved in a positive and uplifting environment, filled with encouragement, support, and assistance. To read more about our team, click here.
The goals of brain injury rehabilitation are to improve the patients’ capacity to function at home and in society and assist their loved ones in caring for the patient. In 1998 the Consensus Development Panel from the Consensus Development Conference on Rehabilitation of Persons with Traumatic Brain Injury suggested for brain injury rehabilitation programs to:
And our programs do that, and more! We design our programs in a way that will give our patients attainable and sustainable outcomes. This is one of our strengths as our programs have been nationally recognized by multiple organizations. Take for instance our Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF) Accredited Residential Rehabilitation Program and Brain Specialty Program.
The NeuLife Rehabilitation facility is one of the largest brain injury centers in the Southeast, situated on 43 rolling acres of rural land in Florida. Our brain injury facility does not feel like other conventional residential rehab facility thanks to its home-like atmosphere. We embrace the belief that by creating a comfortable environment for our brain injury rehabilitation program patients, we allow them to focus on their journey of healing and achieving their recovery goals. Located in the beautiful landscape of Mount Dora in Florida, our modern facility contains 54 private suites with access to spacious common areas and facilities, such as:
To find out more about what our facility has to offer, visit Our Facility - Brain Injury Facility page.
NeuLife Rehabilitation is one of the LARGEST residential brain injury rehabilitation facilities in the Southeast with specialized rehabilitation programs for a wide range of catastrophic injuries. We are accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF) in Brain Injury Specialty Programs and Residential Rehabilitation. Our skilled clinical experts work with each patient individually to create a customized rehabilitation program best suited to the patient’s needs.
Every day we work with the goal of providing our patients with the highest quality of care. We believe that healing, wellness, and personal fulfillment are best accomplished in a positive and uplifting therapeutic environment where staff encourage, assist, and support all of their patients. And that is what we do!
To learn more about our facility, our staff and our work contact us, or schedule a tour! You can call us at 800-626-3876, or send us an email on email@example.com. Find us at 2725 Robie Avenue, Mount Dora, Florida 32757.
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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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