Learning Services has provided acquired brain injury care services for more than 25 years. By the mid-1980s, Learning Services was recognized as a specialist in comprehensive, community-integrated, post acute neuro-rehabilitation services. Over the past two decades, we've grown to extend our services beyond just post-acute neuro-rehabilitation to encompass a continuum of care including, neurobehavioral rehabilitation, supported and independent living, and therapeutic day treatment programs.
Learning Services provides community integrated, specialized services for individuals with acquired brain injury. We offer a full range of services including, post acute neuro-rehabilitation, neurobehavioral, day treatment, supported living, and comprehensive evaluations. Our individualized treatment model includes clinical intervention and over site from licensed therapists (physical, occupational, psychological, behavior analysts, speech, and language) medical specialists (physiatrists, neuropsychiatrists, neurosurgeons and neurologists), facility-based case managers
and life-skill trainers educated in issues specific to brain injury. Therapies are designed to develop the use of compensatory strategies that enable each individual to function as independently as possible in the home, community, and productive activity settings.
Clients receiving evaluation services are assessed by clinical teams in various community-based settings. Findings and recommendations are provided to all representatives involved with the individual's care.
Post acute neuro-rehabilitation clients have the option of moving through the continuum of care as progress indicates, transferring the use of functional skills in increasingly natural settings. This progression eases the transition from program to home for adults with brain injury, minimizes the incidence of unexpected challenges and risks of re-injury, and maximizes the durability of gains.
Supported and assisted living clients receive individualized services, which may include involvement in avocational, vocational, therapeutic/productive, and leisure activities. Assistance with activities of daily living is available as needed. Periodic reviews and intervention by the clinical team facilitate a dynamic approach to meeting the ongoing needs of the client and his or her support network.
For more information on the acquired brain injury services offered at any of our facilities, call Learning Services at 1.888.419.9955.