Brain Injury Comprehensive Integrated Inpatient Rehabilitation Program
Winning Wheels' Rehabilitation Program focuses on maximizing participant's potential to return to a maximum level of functioning. Our goal is for each person to live as independently as possible after experiencing neurological impairment.
Winning Wheels specializes in serving individuals with neurological impairments. A neurological impairment is a group of disorders that primarily relate to the central nervous system comprised of the brain and spinal cord. Among the more common diagnostic categories and conditions are cerebral palsy, epilepsy, brain injury, and multiple sclerosis. A neurological impairment or disability may affect an individual?s speech, motor skills, vision, memory, muscle actions and learning abilities.
Formal therapies (speech therapy, physical therapy and occupational therapy) provide a functional and practical approach to rehabilitation at Winning Wheels.
The first two weeks following admission, a comprehensive assessment is completed by staff from all departments to identify strengths and needs. The results of this assessment are developed into a plan to assist individuals in attaining their goals. Progress is monitored at least quarterly.
The Winning Wheels philosophy is based on the concept that rehabilitation should be both outcome-oriented and measurable. Skilled professionals formulate a total treatment regime based on diagnostic information from a variety of clinical evaluations. A comprehensive range of services, including therapies, address the medical, physical, emotional and social needs of each person served. This holistic approach ensures the best possible outcomes.
All of Winning Wheels' resources are concentrated on eliminating barriers to independent living. Experience has proven that ours is a realistic, attainable goal. Communication, consistency and quality care are the hallmarks of Winning Wheels, Inc. As an innovator in the field of rehabilitation, Winning Wheels offers customized programs that satisfy each person's rehabilitation needs.