Inpatient rehabilitation programs are available in the following forms:
Active Duty Rehabilitation: 30 bed CARF-Accredited Unit dedicated for medical and brain injury rehabilitation of active duty service members.
Medical Rehabilitation: A 10 bed accredited unit dedicated for medical rehabilitation of veterans.
The Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta Brain Injury Program, within the Comprehensive Inpatient Rehabilitation Unit (CIRU), is designed to get patients to the functional level necessary to return home and to re-enter daily routines as quickly as possible. The rehabilitation team incorporates the patient's parents or caregivers to reach the ultimate goal of going home. Benefits of the program include:
The Brain Injury Program is an acute rehabilitation unit specifically geared toward patients who have acquired deficits or disability due to brain injury. Injuries may be the result of auto accident, falls, assault, sports injury, brain tumors, hypoxia, infections of the brain or weakened vessels in the brain.
Clinical focuses are:
Situated just outside of Atlanta in the historic district of Stone Mountain, this six-bed program is designed to encourage independence while providing appropriate acquired brain injury support for each individual’s needs. Community-based productive activities are customized to accommodate each participant’s needs and preferences, utilizing a variety of supports and programs in the metro Atlanta area.
- Medical Director
- Case Manager
- Day Activities Coordinator
- Life Skills Trainers
Since opening its doors in 2010, The Marcus Stroke and Neuroscience Center has become a magnet for patients from across the Southeast. Designated a Joint Commission Comprehensive Stroke Center in 2013, the Marcus Center is one of a handful of elite facilities providing complex stroke care in the United States. Our Center and the others are recognized leaders responsible for setting the national agenda in highly specialized stroke care. Last year, the Center performed nearly 3,000 procedures, caring for people from all walks of life and economic backgrounds.
Restore Neurobehavioral Center is a residential, post acute healthcare organization dedicated exclusively to serving adults with acquired brain injury who also present with moderate to severe behavioral problems. Services range from intensive inpatient neuro-rehabilitation, and transitional community re-entry services, to long term supported living services.
The Rosalynn Carter Institute for Caregiving is an an advocacy, education, research, and service unit of Georgia Southwestern State University. We are here to serve and support both professional and family caregivers.