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Acquired brain injury rehabilitation.
A meaningful recovery is our highest goal.
We can help your family rebuild and heal.
Families turn to us for answers, results and hope.
Mentis provides the highest level of neuro-rehabilitation to persons who have sustained an acquired brain injury or who are significantly challenged by conditions that restrict mobility, social interaction, communication, employability and re-entry into their homes and communities.
Mentis' facilities are specifically designed to provide the proper environment of care for each individual. Mentis takes special care to construct an individualized treatment plan that is realistic, achievable and includes input from the persons served, as well as their family and support system.
Mentis Neuro Health provides both inpatient and outpatient neuro-rehabilitation for acquired brain injury.
PROGRAMS & SERVICES
A life-changing brain injury can happen in an instant, often resulting in a visit to the emergency room. Following the emergency room, patients receive care and rehabilitation in an acute hospital. Although initial therapy is important, recovery does not end with inpatient rehabilitation. After discharging from the acute hospital setting, there's often additional rehabilitation necessary to reintegrate into the community.
Never give up! Keep a positive mind, believe in yourself and good things will happen.
Always try your best and as the old saying goes - no work, no crown.
Your attitude makes all the difference- in everything that you do. If you have a positive attitude, and you want to get better, everything will work to your benefit.
Therapy is an ongoing process that occurs every minute of every day
MENTIS NEURO HEALTH
Mentis provides the highest level of neuro rehabilitation to people who have sustained an acquired brain injury or who have conditions that restrict mobility, social interaction, communication, employability and re-entry into their homes and communities.