Unparalleled Rehabilitation Support Programs
Interacting with other patients is an important part of regaining a sense of self and building confidence. Because we treat so many people with the same or similar diagnoses, patients and family members have access to many other people who are sharing or have shared their experience.
Whether it's in the gym, doing wheelchair "laps" in the halls, or catching a movie and dinner in the neighborhood, patients share their experiences, motivating and supporting each other as no "civilian" can do. More formalized peer support is also available through our full range of Peer Support Groups and education classes for individuals with brain injury, spinal cord injury, and stroke, as well as the Stroke Education Class.