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Brain Injury Care

Recovery after traumatic and non-traumatic brain injuries

A brain injury can significantly affect your daily life. To help you recover, St. Luke’s Brain Injury Program provides comprehensive rehabilitation for individuals with traumatic and non-traumatic brain injuries. These injuries can happen as a result of many different situations including motor vehicle accidents, blunt trauma, anoxia and meningitis. A wide range of symptoms can come with a brain injury, including:

  • Decreased balance/instability
  • Muscle weakness or paralysis
  • Visual perceptual problems
  • Speech and language difficulties
  • Memory loss and cognitive deficits
  • Difficulties with social interaction and behavior problems
  • Loss of bowel and bladder function
  • Swallowing difficulty
  • Depression

St. Luke's Brain Injury Program also offers:

  • Intense therapy provided by our multidisciplinary team
  • Medical management, including diagnostics and treatment
  • Health management, including nutrition, skin, bowel and bladder problems, and self-medication administration programs
  • Mobility training
  • Activities of daily living training (bathing, grooming, eating, cooking, etc.)
  • Adaptive equipment assessments
  • Behavior modification program
  • Structured group therapy focusing on appropriate social skills
  • Cognitive retraining (memory, problem solving, reasoning, etc.)
  • Psychological support for patient and family
  • Leisure activities and education
  • Community reentry
  • Vocational rehabilitation
  • Patient and family education
  • Assistance with discharge planning

For more information and admission questions, contact St. Luke's Case Coordinator at 218.249.5351.

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