Inpatient Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) Rehabilitation

Shepherd Center’s TBI Recovery Program

Inpatient rehabilitation involves both the patient and his or her family in a treatment program. At Shepherd Center, our inpatient traumatic brain injury (TBI) rehabilitation program takes into account all of the patient’s physical and cognitive changes and creates an individualized care program designed to reach the patient’s recovery goals. Our inpatient program also provides information for patients and families to properly prepare for the future.

Our 58-bed, secured care units are home to a program that treats patients with traumatic brain injury. Our inpatient brain injury program also cares for patients with stroke and diagnoses including tumors, encephalitis and anoxia. And we offer specialized programs for adolescents recovering from brain injury.

Occupational therapist Karla Knuth with patient Josh Griffin

Inpatient Rehabilitation Facility Details

The units include large therapy gyms, a transitional living apartment with full kitchen, a recreation/classroom for adolescents, accessible bathrooms, private treatment rooms and a computer lab.

As recovery progresses, a patient enters the post-acute phase and may make the transition to Shepherd Center’s day or residential programs.