Brain Injury Residential Program

Acquired Brain Injury Rehabilitation at Shepherd Pathways

Shepherd Center’s post-acute Residential Program at Shepherd Pathways provides a safe and therapeutic environment in a structured, home-like atmosphere. This setting allows patients to practice carryover of functional living skills from therapy to prepare for a successful transition back to their homes and communities. The Brain Injury Residential Program is licensed through the state of Georgia and is accredited by the Commission on the Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF).

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Transitioning from Inpatient to Residential Rehab

When patients in Shepherd Center’s Inpatient Brain Injury Rehabilitation Program enter the post-acute phase of their recovery, they may transition to the residential rehabilitation program. Residential rehabilitation involves both the patient and their family and offers total support along the way. A transitional living apartment with a full kitchen and accessible bathroom helps prepare patients to live more independently should they be admitted to the brain injury residential program.

Brain Injury Residential Facility

Located in Decatur, Georgia, Shepherd Pathways’ Residential Program offers an accessible 11-bed facility with 24-hour supervision by our nursing and patient care staff. The home is nestled in a community neighborhood with beautiful landscaping and is convenient to nearby shopping, recreational amenities, and medical services.

Each patient’s care is facilitated by a physiatrist and supported by a team of nurses, therapists, and rehabilitation assistants, while brain injury specialists work with transitional residents to implement behavior and personal management plans. Patients receive additional assistance with activities of daily living (ADLs), medications, and behavior management.

Residents of Shepherd Pathways are encouraged to do as much for themselves as possible, including showering, getting dressed, and cleaning their rooms. To prepare our patients for transition back into their homes and communities, the goal is to help them be as independent as possible.

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