Established in 1993, Rehabilitation Hospital of Fort Wayne is a 36-bed freestanding, licensed acute care hospital that specializes in physical rehabilitation medicine. Inpatient services are available to patients with traumatic brain injury, as well as other conditions. Patients receive a minimum of three hours of therapy a day. Activities of Daily Living (ADL) settings include a kitchen, game and recreation areas, apartment settings, and a courtyard. The hospital also provides physical, occupational, and speech therapy services.
RHI has a team dedicated solely to brain injury treatment, and also offers separate inpatient and outpatient brain injury programs. Some of the treatment that can be expected from RHI includes: Neuropsychology, one-on-one Physical Therapy Sessions, one-on-one Occupational Therapy Sessions, one-on-one Speech Therapy Sessions, Vision Therapy, Spasticity Management, Wheelchair Seating and Positioning Clinic, Educational Series and Group Sessions, and Rehabilitation Nursing.