Our organization works to bring awareness of the effects of brain injury and disabilities on individuals and their families, while assisting them in rebuilding their skills to complete everyday tasks they were once able to do independently, before terrible tragedy struck in the form of a car accident, stroke, assault, fall, brain surgery, sports or combat/blast related concussions as well as debilitating diseases.
Frequently, survivors are placed in nursing homes at a young age or left without a support system to help them cope with their disability and work toward a plan for building their lives. Our services prevent people from being inappropriately placed in nursing homes, institutional settings or from becoming homeless and allows survivors the dignity of living more independently.
Each person receives a comprehensive assessment and a service plan that is individually tailored to meet their specific goals, interests, and needs. These services can include service coordination, life skills training, day program services.
Currently we serve the Finger Lakes, Rochester and Southern-Tier Regions.