The Brain Injury Alliance of Nebraska's mission is to create a better future for all Nebraskans through brain injury prevention, education, advocacy and support. BIA-NE does this through advocating for the welfare, rights and dignity of individuals who have experienced a brain injury, supporting ongoing training about brain injuries for individuals, families and professionals, and promoting all phases of brain injury research.
CHI Health Immanuel Rehabilitation Center provides inpatient and outpatient services. The Brain Injury Program’s services include: a brain injury orientation group, rehabilitation neuropsychology support services, community re-entry, coordination with schools, driver's assessment and education, therapeutic recreation, and weekly family support group. The patient’s family is seen as an integral part of the rehabilitation process.
Program goals include:
• Regain optimal physical, communication and functional abilities
Madonna Rehabilitation Hospital’s Brain Injury Rehabilitation Program treats patients with traumatic or non-traumatic brain injuries of any severity. Patients who are just emerging from coma (Rancho Level II or higher) may be admitted to Madonna’s long term acute care hospital (LTACH) level of care. Those who have already emerged from coma, and those with moderate to mild deficits, may participate in Madonna’s outpatient program. Madonna is one of 8 organizations in the US who are accredited in both Brain Injury and Pediatric Specialty Programs.
Quality Living, Inc. provides several rehabilitation settings for patients with brain injuries, as well as other injuries or disabilities. Programs include:
Tri-Dimensional Rehabilitation® Program - Active Treatment is a rehabilitation program for non-geriatric adults who have suffered an acquired brain injury, spinal cord injury, degenerative illness or severe physical disability. Active Treatment Program participants receive therapies and services but reside in their own home or apartment.