Brain Injury Program
Comprehensive rehabilitation for traumatic and non-traumatic brain injuries
St. Luke's Brain Injury Program understands the significant impact a brain injury can have on daily life. We offer comprehensive rehabilitation for individuals with traumatic and non-traumatic brain injuries, aiming to facilitate recovery and improve quality of life.
What are the symptoms of a brain injury?
Our experienced team at St. Luke's Brain Injury Program is equipped to address a wide range of symptoms that can come with a brain injury and provide targeted care. Symptoms can include:
- Behavior problems
- Decreased balance or instability
- Difficulty with social interaction
- Loss of bowel and bladder function
- Memory loss and cognitive deficits
- Muscle weakness or paralysis
- Speech and language issues
- Swallowing difficulty
- Visual perceptual problems
How can St. Luke's Brain Injury Program help?
Depending on your symptoms and injury, we will create a customized treatment plan for you. This could include:
- Activities of daily living training (bathing, grooming, eating, cooking, etc.)
- Adaptive equipment assessments
- Assistance with discharge planning
- Behavior modification assistance
- Cognitive retraining (memory, problem solving, reasoning, etc.)
- Community reentry
- Health management, including nutrition, skin, bowel and bladder problems, and self-medication administration
- Intense therapy provided by our multidisciplinary team
- Leisure activities and education
- Medical management, including diagnostics and treatment
- Mobility training
- Patient and family education
- Psychological support for patients and families
- Structured group therapy focusing on appropriate social skills
- Vocational rehabilitation
For more information and admission questions, contact St. Luke's Case Coordinator at 218.249.5351.