of individuals discharged from ReMed are discharged to home
of ReMed clients reported
that they are satisfied
with the services they
received at ReMed
of funders reported that
their clients are improving
in overall skills
The ReMed Difference
Expertise. Experience. Clinical Knowledge.
Brain injury rehabilitation is not an exact science – every injury and every individual is different, so every treatment plan needs to be tailored to fit the individual’s needs. Strong clinical leadership and experienced therapists who think outside the box and are willing to go the extra mile to make it work are critical elements for a successful outcome.
ReMed’s Clinical Leadership Team has an average of 21 years of brain injury experience and 12 years at ReMed.
Active in a variety of national and state professional associations, ReMed’s Clinical Leaders are called upon regularly to present at conferences, write articles, collaborate on textbook chapters and create industry-guiding standards.
ReMed’s Team of Therapists has an average of 17 years of brain injury experience and 11 years at ReMed.
Designing individual skill development plans and compensatory strategies for each client to improve functioning, address behaviors and support adjustment to living with a brain injury are important in the development of treatment plans that will work for the people we serve.
ReMed’s Case Managers have an average of 14 years of brain injury experience and 10 years at ReMed.
With a variety of backgrounds, including nursing, social work, psychology and more, ReMed’s Rehabilitation Case Managers are the “go to person” for individuals served, advocating for them along the way and ensuring that the treatment plan is implemented. ReMed’s Case Managers are the primary point of communication for the family/support system as well as the funder, providing one point of contact in this complex process.
ReMed’s Brain Injury Specialists
Highly trained in treatment and complexities of working with individuals with brain injury, ReMed’s Brain Injury Specialists are a critical part of the treatment team. Many of ReMed’s Brain Injury Specialists hold a CBIS certification indicating that they received training and demonstrated the highest level of proficiency required in a national certification program through the Brain Injury Association of America's Academy of Certified Brain Injury Specialists (ACBIS). The training is designed for paraprofessionals, direct care staff and professionals working in brain injury services.
ReMed has been consecutively awarded three year accreditation from The Commission on the Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF) since 1990. This requires a rigorous peer review process and demonstrates that its programs and services are measurable, accountable and of the highest quality.