Traumatic Brain Injury

Brain Injury Rehabilitation in a Loving Family Home

One of the specialty areas of CareAgape Senior Homes is housing residents with Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) who have been discharged from hospitals or post-acute rehabilitation facilities.

CareAgape Senior Homes provide a nurturing environment for TBI patients, where they get the care and support to become more self-sufficient and restore their quality of life. In addition, CareAgape has partnered with NeuroPraxis to bring specialized TBI rehabilitation into a loving family home. Collectively, the NeuroPraxis staff has more than 50 years of experience in brain injury recovery. They provide a wide range of customized therapies: occupational, recreational, physical, speech, art and music therapy as well as life skills coaching and case management.

Elevate, Don’t Replicate

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The CareAgape/NeuroPraxis approach is a new way of working with brain injury patients—a healthy alternative to institutional, post-acute care settings. This integrated model of loving care and specialized skills can help TBI patients elevate their daily performance rather than simply replicate a facility with other TBI patients. And it can expedite a patient’s improvement, even recovery.

Here, TBI residents live among more functional residents in an environment that best simulates the real world and best stimulates the individual. The homes provide a logical transition in the continuum of care, with the resources, services, and support to help prevent relapse or even re-hospitalization.

The NeuroPraxis team collaborates with recovering TBI patients, families and medical providers to establish realistic goals, provide extensive therapy, and monitor progress, helping TBI patients relearn everyday skills, gain independence, and integrate back to home and into the community.

A Proven Plan to Optimize Recovery

Working with CareAgape Senior Homes, NeuroPraxis offers a comprehensive and customized treatment program based on evidence-based practices that helps transition individuals with brain injury to a life of purpose, social connection and optimism. The goals:

  • Provide a functional, measurable outcome plan
  • Improve a patient’s ability to perform daily tasks and socialize
  • Optimize outcomes through comprehensive practices
  • Ease the transition back into the community
  • Help prevent complications and readmissions
  • Establish sustainable community support
  • Promote wellness through collaboration, education and patient advocacy

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