Goodwill NeuroRehabilitation Services offers comprehensive brain injury services and treatment options for individuals with acquired brain injuries. Our services help individuals increase their independence within their home and community environments.
Brain injury is the leading cause of disability and death for young people in the United States. Each year, brain injury changes the lives of 5,000 individuals and families in Maine. The leading causes of brain injury include falls, motor vehicle crashes and assault. The healing process following a brain injury is quite different from that of other physical injuries. Survivors leave the hospital facing tough challenges: loss of recent memory, problems with organizational skills, personality changes, difficulties with social interaction, an inability to plan and problem solve and physical changes that may affect walking, balance and speech. Goodwill NeuroRehabilitation Services can help people meet these challenges with success.
Goodwill NeuroRehabilitation Services offers two convenient locations in Lewiston and Portland, Maine. Our NeuroRehabilitation Services provide comprehensive, community-based therapies that assist individuals with cognitive, emotional and physical needs. Goodwill’s professional team offers case management, nursing, physical therapy, occupational therapy, physiatry, neuropsychology, speech language pathology, therapeutic recreation and other services to assist individuals in the redevelopment of physical mobility, memory, self-care, communication and other skills required for daily living. Because skills are best learned in our daily surroundings, we provide treatment and training not only in our centers, but in the community – training may take place in an individual’s home, at the workplace, school or in the gym. It may include shopping at the grocery store or learning to use the city transportation system. Goodwill offers the most comprehensive, therapeutic brain injury program in the state. We work closely with the individual receiving services, caregivers, doctors, funding sources, advocacy organizations and other community agencies to develop and deliver care that helps people get their lives back on track. We serve individuals who have the following diagnoses:
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Updated 2 months ago by Calvin Gilbert