Brain injury affects people without consideration to age, gender, race, or socioeconomic status. The neurologic damage associated with brain injury is not static. As a result, many individuals require brain injury rehabilitation beyond the immediate services received in a hospital setting.
Post-acute brain injury treatment allows individuals to move to a less intense setting while still receiving the support they need to improve their quality of life. New Vista provides post-acute neurorehabilitation services in a residential, community-based setting. A wide variety of therapeutic activities focus on individual skill acquisition, conflict resolution and behavior management.