Supporting individuals living with a Traumatic Brain Injury to achieve meaningful, self- identified goals, using both a collaborative team approach and effective coordination of services.
A traumatic brain injury (TBI) can have any number of causes such as an accident, seizure, stroke, surgery, or tumor and can result in, among other things, memory loss, physical deficits, and intellectual and emotional changes that can affect the individual and all who love him or her.
In New York State, when a resident sustains a traumatic brain injury (TBI), he or she probably was hospitalized, received rehabilitative services and is now ready for discharge. It is time to make some decisions.
Family and Community Services is one of the first providers of TBI services under the Home and Community Based Medicaid Waiver for Individuals with Traumatic Brain Injuries (HCBS/TBI) in the Rochester area. Our experienced staff are dedicated solely to the support of persons living with TBI and their families. The TBI program provides specialized trainings and skills development and was uniquely designed to work with this complex disability.
For more information regarding Service Coordination services or to refer someone, please contact the TBI/NHTD Service Coordinator Supervisor at (585) 339-9800 x 395.
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