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Traumatic Brain Injury Services

It’s estimated that 5.3 million Americans currently live with disabilities resulting from traumatic brain injury. Vehicle crashes are the leading cause of brain injury, followed by falls.

Brain injury can have many consequences. Some of them are: short term and long term memory loss, slowed ability to process information, difficulty with concentration, impaired judgment, difficulty in initiating or completing tasks, seizures, speech impairments, fatigue, balance problems, anxiety, depression, impulsive behavior and agitation.

Because of the unique nature of brain injuries programs designed to help must address the cognitive, physical and emotional aspects of the program participant.COTA with registrant using sensory item

Schofield offers services for individuals who are living with the affects of a Traumatic Brain Injury through several programs:

Traumatic Brain Injury Waiver Services from our Certified Home Care Program. – Our professional staff will help to identify daily living needs and respond to those needs by arranging for services. We promote activities to increase independence and ease re-entry into the community. In addition, we help increase the individual’s productivity in meaningful activities. Call us at 874-2600 for more information or to make a referral.

Home and Community Support Services (HCSS) – Schofield’s HCSS Aides provide non-medical daily living supports to TBI program participants. They prompt, supervise and train individuals with TBI in bathing, personal hygiene, dressing, meal preparation, eating, household tasks, laundry, shopping and socialization. Transportation services may be provided if that is part of the participant’s plan of care. Schofield Home Health Services works closely with the TBI Service Coordinator to help the participant achieve their goals. Call us at 873-7800 for more information or to make a referral.

Schofield’s Adult Day Health Care Program is invaluable to individuals seeking alternatives to nursing home placement. The program provides physical, occupational and speech therapies, nursing care, personal care, case management, nutritious meals and snacks, health monitoring, recreational and other services in a supportive group environment. Services are offered 6 days a week. Call 849-8720 for more information or to make a referral.

 

The Schofield Residence Nursing Facility offers both short-term rehabilitation and long term care services. We welcome you to visit and learn more about Schofield Residence Nursing Facility.