AMHC's Center for Integrated Neuro-Rehab is a brain injury therapeutic services center located in Caribou, Maine. Services include physical therapy, occupational therapy, speech and language therapy, recreation therapy, and community re-integration. Referrals are accepted for assessment and treatment from individuals, family members and healthcare providers.
In 1988, Goodwill founded Maine's first residential program designed specifically for individuals with acquired brain injuries.
Located in Brewer, Maine, Brewer Rehabilitation and Living Center offers residential rehabilitation services, from short-term rehabilitative treatment to long-term care. The facility accommodates 111 residents. Physical, occupational and speech/language therapists work with patients various conditions, from stroke to dysphasia to Parkinson's disease, as well as conditions resulting from elective surgeries, multiple trauma or recovery from amputations.
Central Maine's Medical Center's 12-bed Physical Rehabilitation Unit offers inpatient rehabilitative services, while Central Maine Therapy Services offers outpatient services at a facility located near the Central Maine Medical Center campus.
Millions of Americans suffer brain trauma each year, mostly from car crashes, falls, violence, and sports accidents. Many of them suffer severe brain damage that causes long-term debilitation from strokes, tumors, anoxia, and other non-congenital brain injuries. Many more are unaware they've been injured, and experience more subtle symptoms like disorientation, headaches, memory loss, and personality changes.
The mission of Maine Department of Health and Human Services is to provide integrated health and human services to the people of Maine and to assist individuals in meeting their needs. The organization has a number of programs and services, including one for Cognitive & Physical Disabilities.
Provides Supported Living supports and services for Active Duty, Veterans and Civilians experiencing the challenges of recovering from a brain injury. Specializing in polytrauma sequelae. NeuroRestorative offers two community-based homes with varying levels of support so participants can receive the appropriate level of supervision and services for their individual rehabilitation program.