Inpatient Brain Injury Rehabilitation Program

Acquired Brain Injury (ABI) Rehabilitation

Our inpatient acquired brain injury (ABI) rehabilitation program considers each patient’s physical and cognitive changes to create a unique care plan designed to reach the patient’s recovery goals. As part of our individualized approach to care, the inpatient program involves both the patient and their family and provides classes and information to properly prepare for the future.

Occupational therapists work with patient James Brennan using Armadeo therapy device

Inpatient Rehabilitation Facility

Shepherd Center offers 58 secured-care units to treat patients with a variety of brain injuries. This includes traumatic brain injury, stroke and other neurological diagnoses, including tumors, encephalitis and anoxia. We also offer specialized programs for adolescents recovering from brain injury.

The units include large therapy gyms with state-of-the-art rehabilitation equipment, a transitional living apartment with a full kitchen, accessible bathrooms and private treatment rooms.

Patients who enter the post-acute phase of recovery may make the transition to Shepherd Center’s brain injury Day Program or Residential Program at Shepherd Pathways.


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