Family & Support | The NeuroMedical Center

Following a stroke or traumatic brain injury, one of the most important factors in your recovery is family involvement and support.  At The NeuroMedical Center Rehabilitation Hospital, family involvement and education is at the core of our treatment programs.  Your family will be asked to learn and take part in all areas of your care.

Patient and Family Orientation

At The NeuroMedical Center Rehabilitation Hospital, we want every patient and their family to feel comfortable.  We offer guided facility tours of our 27 bed inpatient hospital to ensure that our hospital is a perfect fit for you or your loved one.   Your case manager or social worker will meet with all family members individually to orient you, and will be available throughout the course of your treatment to answer any questions. 

Family Involvement and Training

Our goal is to best prepare our patients and their families for life outside of the hospital.  At the start of treatment, a team conference is held to outline specific goals and discuss expected outcomes of rehabilitation.  Your case manager may schedule times for family to observe the patient’s progress as well as learn the skills and strategies necessary for providing care at home.  

Stroke Support Group

The NeuroMedical Center Rehabilitation Hospital hosts a monthly Stroke Support Group for survivors of stroke and their caregivers.  During meetings you will hear from The NeuroMedical Centers physicians, dietitians, therapists, and other community resources about general stroke information, reducing risk factors, physical and emotional changes, and pain following stroke. Meetings are held on the last Thursday of every month from 12-1pm in the 6th floor dining area.

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Helpful Resources

Organization Website Phone Number
Amputee Coalition
(888) 267-5669
ALS Association
(800) 782-4747
Alzheimer's Association
(800) 272-3900
Alzheimer's Services of the Capital Area
(800) 548-1211
American Cancer Society
(800) 227-2345
American Heart Association
(225) 666-4300
Brain Injury Association
(800) 444-6443
Brain Trauma Foundation
(212) 772-0608
Cerebral Palsy Guidance
(866) 579-8495
Guillain-Barre Syndrome/CIPD Foundation
(866) 224-3301
Michael J. Fox Foundation
(800) 708-7644
Multiple Sclerosis Foundation
(888) 673-6287
National MS Society
(800) 344-4867
Parkinson's Foundation
(800) 473-4636
National Spinal Cord Injury Association
(800) 962-9629

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