ABI Case Management offers individualized planning and skilled service coordination for Kentucky's citizens who have sustained Acquired Brain Injuries including:
The Brain Injury Alliance of Kentucky is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization. Its mission is to serve Kentucky citizens whose lives have been affected by brain injury through advocacy, education, prevention, research, service, and support. BIAK links survivors of brain injury and their families to support from others with similar experience; provides them with education and information about living and coping with brain injury; assists them in locating resources for financial assistance; and seeks to connect people with sources of emotional support.
The Frazier Rehab Institute's Brain Injury Program provides services designed to prevent or minimize disability while restoring physical, cognitive, behavioral and emotional functions to brain injured patients.
NeuroRestorative offers a range of home settings throughout Georgetown that provide convenient access to a variety of local resources as well as social and cultural activities. All of NeuroRestorative’s home settings are located near vocational opportunities and educational facilities where participants can enroll in support services for students with disabilities.An activity center location in Georgetown is also provided, where participants have opportunities for vocational, productive, social and recreational activities.
NeuroRestorative offers a range of home settings throughout Paducah that provide many opportunities for participants to be active members of the community. All of NeuroRestorative’s home settings are located near vocational opportunities and educational facilities where participants can enroll in support services for students with disabilities. Services include Neurorehabilitation, Neurobehavioral, Supported Living, Day Treatment, Outpatient, Respite, and Substance Abuse.
Christopher East Healthcare Center, provides nursing and personal care, Alzheimer's care and sub-acute rehabilitation services. The Pathways Unit specializes in rehabilitation for brain injury recovery. The unit is accredited by The Rehabilitation Accreditation Commission (CARF) for brain injury. The nursing facility and personal care unit offer therapy from in-house therapy staff as needed.
Select Specialty Hospital, Lexington treats brain-injured patients through its inpatient Neuro/Post-Trauma program. Services include: Physical Therapy; Occupational Therapy; Speech Therapy; Clinical Dietician and nutritional improvement; Radiology and laboratory services; Clinical Pharmacy; and Individualized Case Management. Select Specialty Hospitals (a division of Select Medical Corporation) were founded 1996; the organization operates 89 hospitals in 25 states.