Center for Comprehensive Services, Inc.

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Adolescent Integration

NeuroRehabilitation

NeuroBehavioral

Day Treatment

Adolescent Integration focuses on assisting young people (adolescents) with learning behavioral alternatives to unwanted behavior, and functional skills for home, community, and school re-integration. This supportive, proactive approach utilizes person-centered strategy development in all aspects of the rehabilitation plan from personal intervention plans to the individualized education plans (IEP's). Interventions include traditional therapies, Direct Instruction techniques, and proactive behavioral approaches to support adolescents. Primary goals of Adolescent Integration are to enhance self awareness of strengths and challenges, improve self care, well being, and interdependent support for reintegrating into family life, the school environment, and community activities.

 

NeuroBehavioral
Rehabilitation

 

Personal Intervention

 

Social                         Community
Integration                   Integration

NeuroBehavioral Rehabilitation focuses on teaching behavioral alternatives to various unwanted or dangerous behaviors resulting from an acquired brain injury. Based on proactive or educational approaches, this model enhances participant involvement in daily routines and aspects of the community. Interventions may include some traditional therapies as well as a number of proactive behavioral interventions such as graduated exposure, self-management training, goal setting activities, and active treatment interaction, all of which allow for greater personal autonomy.

 

 

 

NeuroRehabilitation

Post-Acute                  Community Rehabilitation             Access  
 
Mild Brain Injury         Functional
Treatment                   Evaluation  
 
Outpatient                   
Programs                                   
NeuroRehabilitation focus on the after hospital needs of persons who have experienced neurologic impairment. Programs are designed to provide opportunities for intensive or active rehabilitation delivery as well as integrated, functional and community-based skill training. Primary interventions include traditional therapies such as physical therapy, occupational therapy and speech therapy. They may also include various forms of functional skill training, integrated cognitive retraining, neuropsychological or adjustment counseling, and nursing/medical involvement. Primary goals of NeuroRehabilitation include reducing the level of assistance required for living while fostering reintegration into the family and community.

 

Supported Living

24 Hour Supervised (Congregate)

Less 24 Hour Supervised (Congregate)

Community Support
Supported Living focuses on supporting an individual with brain injury in his or her preferred lifestyle, and assisting that individual in becoming an active part of his or her chosen community. The model is designed to focus an individual on his or her strength and encourage emotional confidence. Interventions are less formal, and organized around productive peer relationships and experiential learning. Supported living programs are likely to be conducted in partnership with a myriad of community resources including professional consultations from other agencies.

 

 

 

 

 

CCS is a part of The MENTOR ABI Group