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United Way of Lancaster County
Description of Program
Acquired brain injury services
Offers a variety of program and service options. The intensity and frequency of care are matched to the individuals strengths and challenges. A personalized program is then designed to assist the individual in understanding, accepting and managing their life.
- Day Treatment: Provides a structured day designed to assist the individual with a neurological impairment in developing adaptive skills that can enable him/her to resume effective community living.
- Residential Long & Short Term: Skills associated with daily routines are developed in a natural home environment through training, supervision and functional application.
- Home & Community Facilitation: Program is designed to provide one-to-one individualized and goal-oriented intervention in the individual's home and community.
- Respite: Short-term and temporary care provided to people with disabilities. Provided over extended periods of time on a case-to-case basis and can be provided during the day, overnight, or both.
- Functional Capacity Evaluations: Multifaceted assessment designed to determine the extent of an individual's physical ability to perform specific tasks.
- Transdisciplinary Assessments: Treatment team, consisting of case managers, cognitive specialists, speech and language pathologist, physical therapist, occupational therapist and COTA, neuropsychologist, and physiatrist, provides comprehensive assessments of current status and treatment needs for individuals with brain injury.
Lancaster, York, Dauphin, will accept clients from other areas in and outside of PA
Hours of Operation
Day Treatment: Monday through Friday, 8:30am to 4:30pm Residential Program: Monday through Friday, 4:30pm to 8:30am Residential Program: 24/7, weekends and holidays