Neurotrauma

Purpose

Beaumont's Neurotrauma Rehabilitation Program provides a comprehensive assessment and individualized rehabilitation services to individuals experiencing functional impairments of communicative, cognitive, physical and social-emotional abilitiessecondary to neurological disorders.

Service Overview

  • Interdisciplinary team approach composed of two or more of the following professionals providing your care: Physiatrist/M.D./D.O., Physical Therapist, Occupational Therapist, Speech-Language Pathologist, Recreational Therapist, Social Work, Registered Nurse Case Coordinator, and Neuropsychologist
  • Dr. Sherry Viola, Medical Director of the program, present at weekly team meetings (at Beaumont Health Center)
  • Treatment is customized to meet the patient's specific needs and goals
  • Monthly team meetings are conducted to ensure communication and a patient-centered approach

Program

Listed below are components of the program.

  • Vision Rehabilitation
  • Day Rehabilitation
  • Vestibular Rehabilitation
  • Driver Rehabilitation
  • Neuropsychological testing
  • WorkAbility
  • Aquatics
  • Speech, Language and Cognitive Communication Treatment Groups

The Comprehensive Neurotrauma Rehabilitation Program is available only at the Beaumont Health Center.

Conditions Treated

  • Traumatic brain injury
  • Spinal cord injury
  • Aneurysm
  • Neurological disorders requiring a comprehensive program

Insurance

Coverage from most major insurance companies is accepted, but therapy coverage depends on individual insurance benefits. Individuals may qualify for discounted services or a scholarship fund. A prescription is required by a physician or a physician's assistant.

Benefits

  • Improve carry-over of learned techniques and compensations through patient and family education
  • Spouse and family involvement in therapy sessions