Effective today, July 31, 2020 the owners of ReMed have acquired Learning Services and the two companies will merge to form one incredible continuum of care for persons with neurologic injury.
Founded in 1984, ReMed has been the premier provider of brain injury services in the Mid-Atlantic region and has operated under the single premise that individuals with brain injury have the potential to return to a life that is meaningful and productive. In 2018, ReMed acquired Neurological Rehabilitation Living Centers in Covington, LA expanding its footprint beyond the Mid-Atlantic region.
For 35 years, Learning Services has been committed to “Building Futures” for persons with brain injury by providing high quality rehabilitation across multiple states, from North Carolina to California. Learning Services is known for its work with behaviorally complex participants in their two neuro-behavioral specialty programs in Colorado and North Carolina. In addition, Learning Services recently launched a home and community based rehabilitation service line in Texas and California.
The merger will bring the combined entity’s offering of brain injury rehabilitation services to 10 states with an eye for future expansion. It will combine the best practices at each company to form a larger and stronger organization and an enhanced continuum of care.
For the time being, both company names, addresses, and tax IDs will remain the same. In addition, all programs offerings of both companies will be unchanged. Mr. David Barrass, Executive Chairman and CEO of ReMed will maintain this role for the merged companies. Mr. Barrass is from the United Kingdom and has held a variety of CEO and Chairman Positions, both in the UK and Internationally. Dr. Debra Braunling-McMorrow has chosen to retire from her positon as CEO of Learning Services, but will remain as a consultant.
The two companies’ combined commitment to quality for participants, their families and the payer community has withstood the test of time and will continue to lead us in the future.