Courage Kenny Rehabilitation Institute's Brain Injury Clinic is an outpatient service designed to help people who have had a mild-to-moderate brain injury due to a head injury, stroke, non-progressive brain tumor, anoxia (lack of oxygen) or encephalitis .
Those who can benefit from our program are:
A major focus is helping people to improve work and school performance. We work closely with state vocational services and workers' compensation departments on evaluation, counseling,return-to-work or school preparation.
A treatment plan is developed for each person's unique needs and goals. Patients typically attend therapy one to two times a week, for two to three months, with follow-up as needed.
The Brain Injury Clinic assists with:
Patients work with an experienced multidisciplinary team
Each patient also is assigned a case coordinator who serves as the primary contact and advocate during treatment. The care coordinator provides planning and coordination of therapies,periodic reviews of progress, correspondence, and serves as a liaison with the entire care team.
To make an appointment
or for more information, call 612-863-4105.
Courage Kenny Rehabilitation Institute
Sandra Schwalbe, coordinator, Brain Injury Clinic