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Brain Injury Program

At Frazier Rehab Institute, the Brain Injury Program provides intensive and comprehensive services designed to prevent or minimize chronic disabilities while restoring the person to optimal levels of physical, cognitive, behavioral and emotional functioning.

A brain injury or illness can be devastating for both patients and family members. The results can mean dramatic changes in a person’s mental, emotional and physical functioning.

Frazier’s Brain Injury Program, which is accredited by CARF (Commission on Accreditation of Rehab Facilities), addresses the long-term impact of brain injury and offers the most complete continuum of rehab services in Kentuckiana. Involvement begins when the admission coordinator visits patients in the acute care hospital setting, wherever possible, to begin educating the families and preparing for the patients to enter rehab.

The Brain Injury Program's clinical team at Frazier Rehab is committed to providing the best environment, services, support, and education to assist the patient to achieve the highest level of independence possible.

For more information on the Brain Injury Program at Frazier Rehab, please call 502.582.7476.

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Program Goals and Benefits

  • To provide a formally organized program for support and advocacy for the brain injured individual and family.
  • To educate families to understand the effects of the brain injury and the recovery process.
  • To improve behavioral problems, address personality changes, and educate the patient and family about self-awareness deficits associated with brain injury through psychological intervention and an interdisciplinary approach.
  • To improve the patient’s thought processes, memory skills, perception and judgment through cognitive retraining activities.
  • To encourage active participation and education of the patient’s family through attendance at the patient’s therapy sessions, when appropriate, and through routinely scheduled family teaching sessions.
  • To develop a comprehensive discharge plan for the patient by working closely with the patient and family to identify needed resources and services and make appropriate referrals.
  • To promote maximum independence in reintegration to home and the community.

Types of Brain Injury Treated

Frazier Rehab Institute’s Brain Injury Program offers comprehensive services to traumatic and non-traumatic brain injury patients of all ages and at all stages of recovery – from coma to mild brain injury. Our rehab team has clinicians specializing in treatment of pediatric and adult brain injuries, including:

In 2018, Frazier's Brain Injury program provided inpatient rehab services to 261 patients:

  • 26 pediatric patients ages 0-17
  • 86 adults ages 18-44
  • 74 adults ages 45-64
  • 75 adults ages 65 and over

The NeuroRehab Program (Outpatient Brain Injury Program) provided services to 313 patients with aquired brain injury in 2018.

Click here to view a comprehensive full scope of our Brain Injury Program

Click here for a copy of our Brain Injury Caregiver Handbook

Before You Choose . . .

Know that Frazier Rehab Institute offers an accredited, interdisciplinary Brain Injury Program accredited by CARF and backed by a team of experienced professionals.

Frazier Rehab Institute welcomes all commercial insurance plans, Medicare, and KY Medicaid, and we accept the negotiated rate established between Frazier Rehab Institute and your insurance company.

Additional Information

Brain Injury Support Groups

Join one of our monthly support groups for caregivers and survivors. Our support groups are designed to provide a place for you to build a supportive network for sharing common experiences. Sessions are led by a Frazier NeuroRehab Program staff member. Support groups include:

  • Brain Injury Survivor Support Group
  • Family and Caregiver Support Group

No registration required. See our upcoming support groups, dates and locations.

It Can Wait-Texting And Driving 

Frazier Rehab Institute encourages you not to text and drive. Many serious brain injuries are caused by distracted driving. This public service video from AT&T illustrates the dangers of texting while driving. A segment of the video was shot at Frazier Rehab Institute.

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