Our Acquired Brain Injury and Traumatic Brain Injury (ABI/TBI) program is a self-directed program that is facilitated by our staff. This program is designed to help restore skills and abilities lost as a result of the brain injury. Additionally, our program helps to minimize and or prevent further loss of skills that remain.
People with brain injury require different services than those provided within programs that are traditionally available for individuals with intellectual/developmental disabilities. We are capable of providing customized supports that are necessary for their continued rehabilitation. Our Acquired Brain Injury and Traumatic Brain Injury (ABI/TBI) program provides a healthy balance of socialization, group activities, individual goal work and roles within the program, learning ADLs, and directing their own activities.
Our Acquired Brain Injury and Traumatic Brain Injury (ABI/TBI) program is work centered and encourages members to have an active role in managing the day to day activities that occur within their program. Every participant has input on the activities and personal goal he or she pursues. We follow a structured schedule, but members determine their specific activities within the frame work. We provide services for brain injury program participants that require some assistance to get through their day.
Each program participant we serve in our brain injury program helps determine their own goals for the future. Through self-determination and staff assistance their goals can become a reality.
People with many types of brain injury can benefit from Point Of Hopes program. People with traumatic brain injury, strokes, aneurysms, hypoxia, anoxia, and chemical/disease damage deal with many similar challenges. We are able to accept individuals who need nursing support as well.