The Brain Injury Association of Massachusetts (BIA-MA) is a clearinghouse for information and resources regarding brain injury; it also provides informal counseling to individuals and families that are dealing with brain injury.The organization conducts advocacy training, develops and present programs in prevention awareness, host educational conferences, and advocates for legislation and improved medical services.
The nationally recognized Brain Injury Program at Braintree Rehabilitation Hospital provides comprehensive medical and rehabilitation services to those who have sustained a brain injury (BI). Braintree Rehabilitation Hospital offers a seamless transition from acute hospitalization through inpatient and outpatient rehabilitation to home. Encapsulating a number of specialized protocols, clinics, and services, the BI program facilitates the functional skill development necessary for attainment of maximal functional independence.
Community Rehab Care (CRC) is a CARF-accredited organization that provides individualized, community based, rehabilitive and support services to people with neurologic, musculoskeletal, and/or orthopedic injuries or illnesses.
CRC specializes in acquired brain injury rehabilitation, physical therapy, occupational therapy, speech and language therapy, and case management.
CRC is located in Watertown, MA
The Medical Rehabilitation Program serves children, from infants to young adults, on an inpatient basis as they recover from illness or injury. As the largest dedicated pediatric rehabilitation center in New England, the Medical Rehabilitation Program embraces the child as a whole, and addresses their full spectrum medical, therapeutic, social, and emotional needs. Our program promotes social development and emotional well-being by incorporating frequent opportunities for age-appropriate play and leisure activities throughout the child’s stay and rehabilitation process.
Home Base, a Red Sox Foundation and Massachusetts General Hospital Program, is dedicated to healing the invisible wounds for Post-9/11 Veterans, Service Members and their Families through world-class clinical care, wellness, education and research. As a National Center of Excellence, Home Base operates the first and largest private-sector clinic in the nation devoted to healing invisible wounds such as post-traumatic stress, traumatic brain injury, anxiety, depression, co-occurring substance use disorder, military sexual trauma and family relationship challenges.
Located in a quiet neighborhood in the southern part of the state, the Neurorehabilitation programs in Raynham and Easton offer unique therapy opportunities on-site and in the community – providing an efficient and cost-effective alternative to hospitals, skilled nursing facilities and other traditional care settings. NeuroRestorative also coordinates or assists participants in accessing additional services from other health professionals and local service providers as necessary.
Located on the south shore of Massachusetts and 20 minutes from Boston, NeuroRestorative’s community-based program locations in Weymouth provide supported living programs and support services.Supported Living apartments and small group homes are also located in nearby communities including Newton and Framingham as well as a unique Host-Home program located in the Boston area. NeuroRestorative also coordinates or assists participants in accessing additional services from other health professionals and local service providers as necessary.
Established in 1974, The Brain Injury Program at New England Rehabilitation Hospital provides inpatient rehabilitation to patients with traumatic or non-traumatic brain injury. New England Rehabilitation Hospital also offers several area outpatient rehabilitation centers. New England Rehabilitation Hospital is a 210-bed inpatient rehabilitation hospital, with two off-campus satellite units: a 20-bed satellite unit in Danvers at the former Hunt Center and a 22-bed satellite unit in Lowell at the former St. Joseph's Hospital.
Spaulding’s Brain Injury Rehabilitation Program provides state-of-the-art rehabilitative care for adults and children who are recovering from an acquired brain injury as a result of traumatic causes (such as an accident) or non-traumatic causes. Our care includes advanced evaluation technologies, evidence-based rehabilitation programs, and extensive family and community programs.
Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital is a leading research and treatment center for traumatic brain injury. The experienced clinicians in their Brain Injury Rehabilitation Program treat individuals recovering from open and closed TBI, anoxic or hypoxic encephalopathy, and aneurysms, as well as coma-level and coma-emerging patients. In addition to an attending physiatrist, patients can receive care from specialists representing dozens of medical specialties.