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Youngsville, LA  70592

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Residential & Day Neuro Programs for the Acquired Brain Injured Individual.

Acadiana Brain Injury Center offers Neuro Day, Outpatient, and Residential Treatment

Programs for adults who have experienced an acquired brain injury.  The program is designed to help participants maximize functional recovery as they return home, to the community, and to work or school by participating in a safe and supportive environment.  Specific strengths and abilities are addressed in a clinical, therapeutic, and community setting.

 

The expected outcome of the program is for the partcipants to achieve the maximum return to independent living, community access, and vocational or educational pursuits within the framework of the level of physical and cognitive limitations and pre-injury abilities and lifestyle.

Residential & Day Programs

ABIC provides these supervised services to participants in a treatment setting:

 

  • Neuropsychology

  • Speech Therapy

  • Occupational Therapy

  • Physical Therapy

  • Professional Counseling

  • Behaviour Management

  • Case Management

  • Rehabilitation Nursing for Medication Management

  • Pre-Vocational/Vocational Rehabilitation

  • Vocational Rehabilitation Counseling

  • Full day and half day formats for day program

  • 24 hour direct care for residential program

Admission Criteria

The following criteria is used to decide admission on a case-by-case basis:

 

  • Medically stable and able to tolerate minimum of 3 hours of therapy with scheduled breaks

  • Must be at least 18 years of age

  • Reasonable probability of making functional progress

  • Motivation to reach maximum potential

  • Not actively abusing substances

  • May require assistance/supervision of daily activities

  • Adequate communication skills to participate in group settings

  • Financial responsibility has been determined

  • Ability to administer medications (preferred)

TBI Research

Long-term functional outcome of older adults after a traumatic brain injury

February 11, 2012

To identify factors associated with long-term independence in mobility and self-care activities of daily living of older adults after traumatic brain injury (TBI).

The sooner patients begin neurorehabilitation, the better their functional outcome

July 29, 2013

To identify factors associated with long-term independence in mobility and self-care activities of daily living of older adults after traumatic brain injury (TBI).

Family members facilitating community re-integration and return to productivity following traumatic brain injury

May 14, 2015

This study explores the experiences of family members in supporting community re-integration and return to productive occupations of the traumatic brain injury (TBI) survivor.

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