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Care For Traumatic Brain Injury

Care For Traumatic Brain Injury in Stony Brook, NY

Interim Healthcare can help provide care after a Traumatic Brain Injury

The TBI Program at Interim HealthCare of Stony Brook, NY was developed to make available an alternative for individuals with Traumatic Brain Injury who can live safely and independently within a community setting in Nassau or Suffolk County.

Interim HealthCare can develop an Individualized Service Plan (ISP) to include any of the services from the TBI Waiver Program as well as our Special Services.

TBI Waiver Program Services

  • Service Coordination
  • Independent Living Skills Training
  • Structured Day Program
  • Community Integration Counseling
  • Home and Community Support Services
  • Substance Abuse Program
  • Intensive Behavioral Program
  • Environmental Modifications
  • Respite

Interim HealthCare Special  Services

  • Live-in Companions
  • Personal Care Aides
  • Physical Therapists
  • Occupational Therapists
  • Speech Therapists
  • Case Management
  • Home  Environment  Assessments
  • Community Integration
  • Non-Medical Local Transportation

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What is Traumatic Brain Injury?
A  traumatic  brain  injury  occurs  when  a  sudden trauma causes damage to the brain.  Damage can be a result of a car accident, whiplash, assault, gunshot wound, aneurysm, stroke, infection, anoxia, concussion or blast injury.  Brain injury results in changes to physical, cognitive, executive, affective / behavioral, and psychosocial functioning.
 
Signs and Symptoms of Traumatic Brain Injury
It is not uncommon to see emotional and behavioral changes in people who have had a brain injury. There can be changes in the way that people feel (their mood) and in their ability to express their feelings (their affect).  It is also common  to see personality changes. You may notice that the person behaves differently or has attitudes  that  are very different from what they were before the injury.  At times, the differences can be extreme, but more often they are subtle.  Personality and attitudes may seem the same, but may be exaggerated.
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