Acquired Brain Injury

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Neurological Rehabilitation & Acquired Brain Injury Therapy

Acquired brain injury stems from non-traumatic causes, such as strokes, seizures and tumors. The most serious of these injuries can affect a person’s ability to speak, or move — and even impact their personalities.

At HealthBridge, our experienced care team offers highly-advanced care and neurological rehabilitation in a family-friendly, community-based setting. The goal of our acquired brain injury support services is to focus on the cognitive, physical, emotional or behavioral impairments that have caused changes in functioning.

Personalized Neurological Rehab

Our care team develops highly personalized care plans informed by the most up-to-date brain injury and neurological medicine. We understand that patients with acquired brain injuries suffer from limited independence and have a higher-level need for specialized care. At HealthBridge, our goal is to provide these patients with the best possible quality of life.

HealthBridge…Where specialized care begins and hope never ends

Commonly Asked Questions

KEY ACQUIRED BRAIN INJURY (ABI) STATISTICS

  • More than 3.6 million Americans sustain an acquired brain injury every year.
  • Every 9 seconds, someone in the U.S. sustains an acquired brain injury (ABI).
  • Males are estimated to be 1.5 times more likely to sustain an acquired brain injury (ABI) than women and because of high risk behaviors these injuries are typically more severe.
  • Most brain injury recovery happens within the first two years, making the selection of the right post-acute rehabilitation facility and care team critical.