Shepherd Center strives to offer comprehensive rehabilitation to optimize the road to recovery for people who have had a brain injury. Thus, we provide a variety of programs that are tailored to individual needs and case-by-case requirements for the best possible recovery.
Additional Brain Injury Programs at Shepherd Center
Shepherd Center's Disorders of Consciousness (DOC) Program is a short-term, three-to-five-week program, with about one and a half hours of therapy daily for patients who are semi-comatose or minimally conscious.
Adolescents who sustain a brain injury have developmental and emotional needs that are distinct from adults who have sustained a brain injury
Shepherd Center's Day Program enables patients with brain injury who no longer need 24-hour nursing care to continue their recovery and rehabilitation.
Shepherd Center’s post-acute program includes a residential component in a local community setting for people with brain injury who have completed their inpatient program and are ready to live in the community, but still need 24-hour support.