Brain Injury Clinic
Wilson Workforce and Rehabilitation Center
Who We Are
Wilson Workforce and Rehabilitation Center provides a Brain Injury Clinic. Acquired Brain Injury (ABI) refers to all non-congenital, non-developmental, non-degenerative injuries to the brain that result in sensory, physical, cognitive or behavioral problems. The most common types of ABI are traumatic brain injury, stroke, anoxic injury and brain tumor/cancer.
The Brain Injury Clinic is a one-day outpatient service consisting of neuropsychological and physical medicine evaluation.
WWRC Medical Rehabilitation Division staff work collaboratively to evaluate and treat clients with ABI. This group forms a client's "brain injury team" to develop an individualized program of services. Individualized plans for medical and vocational services are guided by the results of an assessment.
Medical Rehabilitation Services for persons with Acquired Brain Injury include:
- Physical Medicine Evaluation
- Neuropsychological Evaluation
- Case Management
- Cognitive Therapy
- Occupational Therapy
- Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology
- Community Re-Entry
- Behavioral Health