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When a stroke or traumatic brain injury happens…
If you or someone you know has suffered a stroke or traumatic brain injury (TBI), you know it is a traumatic and life-changing experience. Through a combination of therapeutic services and our supportive, social community, we have proven year after year that there can be an excellent quality of life after a stroke or TBI. It’s true: through ongoing rehabilitation, significant improvement continues no matter how long it has been since the initial stroke or TBI. Attending the comprehensive programs at the Stroke Recovery Center will make a positive change in life after stroke or TBI for survivors, families and caregivers.
What does the center offer?
The Stroke Recovery Center offers comprehensive programs for cognitive, physical and social health, focusing on the person as a whole.
- Recreational therapy
- Exercise therapy
- Speech therapy
- Socialization with other stroke and TBI survivors (which helps regain self-confidence and measure independence)
- Support groups for families
How much does it cost?
We proudly offer all of our services free of charge, as we have for more than 30 years. This helps alleviate the financial burden of long-term rehabilitation and enhance recovery once medical benefits have run out. We are the only center in the country to provide a post-stroke and TBI community with social support and free, comprehensive rehabilitation. Regular donations from clients who are financially able are encouraged and appreciated, as they help us continue our programs.
How often can someone attend?
As often as they like. We want clients to feel comfortable and at home. With programs offered Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m., some clients visit five days a week; others come for just part of one day. To ensure maximum rehabilitation benefits, we encourage clients to find activities they enjoy one or more days every week. While the stroke or TBI survivor is at the center, a spouse or caregiver can participate in our support groups, or just take the time to relax and reenergize, an important component in living with the after effects of stroke or TBI.
How does someone become a client?
Anyone who has suffered a stroke or TBI is welcome. We do not turn clients away. Our therapy staff simply conducts a 30-45 minute evaluation appointment to assess the stroke or TBI survivor’s unique rehabilitation needs. For more information, call (760) 323-7676 ext. 110 to set up an appointment.