AssistedCare Home Health, Inc.

Founded in 1997, AssistedCare Home Health, Inc. provides in-home patient care and rehabilitation service. Registered nurses; physical, occupational and speech therapists; certified nursing assistants; and social workers are on staff to provide rehabilitative services under the direction of a physician's orders. AssistedCare Home Health services include:

•    Bathing and Dressing
•    Skin and Wound Care That Does Not Require a Nurse
•    Turning, Positioning, and Transferring
•    Care for Incontinent Patients
•    Help with Walking

Contact: 
Main
800-293-9380 or 910-332-3333
Address: 
1003 Olde Waterford Way
Suite 1-B
Leland, NC 28451

Brain Injury Association of North Carolina

Founded in 1982, the Brain Injury Association of NCv (BIANC) is an affiliate of the Brain Injury Association of America. BIANC's mission is to offer help, resources, and advocacy for people with brain injuries and their families. Headquartered in Raleigh, the Association and also runs Family and Community Support Centers in Asheville, Greenville, and Charlotte, as well as a volunteer resource center in High Point. BIANC supports more than 40 local support groups across the state.

Contact: 
Main
919-833-9634
Toll Free
(800)377-1464
Address: 
2113 Cameron Street
Suite 242
Raleigh, NC 27605

Carolinas Rehabilitation

Carolinas Rehabilitation's Brain Injury program offers inpatient and outpatient therapy programs. Inpatient participants receive up to four and a half hours of therapy per day.  Patients work on relearning tasks of daily living, with the goal of returning to the community. The outpatient program meets five days a week and focuses on individual and group therapy to help integrate individuals back into school, work and the community.

Contact: 
Local Number
704-355-3558
Brain Injury Program
Address: 
1100 Blythe Boulevard
Charlotte, NC 28203

Learning Services - Neurobehavioral Institute (East)

The Learning Services Neurobehavioral Institute – East (LSNI-East) is located in suburban Raleigh, near the small town of Creedmoor, North Carolina. The thirty-three acre campus setting provides a continuum of medical, behavioral and therapeutic care to facilitate the treatment of complex and challenging behavioral symptoms accompanying acquired brain injury. This 22 bed, therapeutic community offering private rooms in three residences is designed to provide an integrated approach to neurobehavioral rehabilitation.

Contact: 
Main
888-419-9955
Address: 
800 Recovery Drive
Creedmoor, NC 27522

Learning Services - Raleigh Program

Learning Services's programs provide support for adults with brain injuries. Services include: supported living, residential rehabilitation, therapeutic day activities, and neurobehavioral rehabilitation.  Located in east Raleigh, this twelve-bed program offers access to Wake Med Rehabilitation Hospital, North Carolina State University, and greater downtown Raleigh. This program provides a range of services and activities that draw upon additional resources available in the community. Programs available at the Raliegh Program include:

Contact: 
Main
888-419-9955
Address: 
5301 Robbins Drive
Raleigh, NC 27610

North Carolina Baptist Hospital

North Carolina Baptist Hospital is part of a three-pronged partnership that includes Wake Forest University Health Sciences and Wake Forest University Physicians. Together, they make up Wake Forest University Baptist Medical Center, an academic medical center with an integrated health care system.  North Carolina Baptist Hospital is the Medical Center's primary provider of clinical services.

Contact: 
Main
336-713-8500
Address: 
Medical Center Boulevard
Winston-Salem, NC 27157

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