“After you visit our programs and meet our staff you will see why families, guardians and survivors expect more from us.”

Restoring HOPE after a Catastrophic Injury

When the stress of daily living gets to be too much to cope with, families and survivors can lose faith in the future. NeuroInternational’s expert care and premier residential settings help families and survivors regain hope and begin living a fulfilling and meaningful life.

We understand that the most challenging residuals of brain injury still remain long after the physical healing has taken place. The Team at NeuroInternational understands the psychosocial, emotional, and financial sequelae associated with a life-changing injury.

Our comprehensive, neuro-psycho-social model addresses every aspect of recovery. We utilize a family and survivor-centered approach when establishing goals and treatment strategies.

NeuroInternational encourages families and guardians to visit often so they can share in the treatment planning and decision making process. We encourage survivors to participate in home visits so we can gauge how well newly acquired skills generalize in different settings. Our Team gathers input from families and survivors throughout the care planning process and we train families and caregivers in the various treatment protocols.

We understand the emotional and social sequelae of individuals and families recovery from life-changing injury. Many families and survivors are searching for relief and independence. Physical and cognitive impairments can cause depression, anxiety, and social isolation, and those issues can interfere with developing and maintaining positive relationships with family and friends.

The decrease in emotional and physical functioning creates renewed dependence on families and caregivers and often causes stress in those relationships. NeuroInternational can offer a solution to this challenge by providing family/caregiver training and residential support. We also work with survivors to increase their life-skills functioning and generalized self-reliance. We provide life-enrichment opportunities for survivors – when a survivor finds meaning and purpose in his/her daily routine, we see many of the mood symptoms and interpersonal relationship difficulties diminish.