Maine Center for Integrated Rehab (MCIR), a member of the Rehab Without Walls family, offers specialized brain injury services that include:
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For over 31 years, the program has addressed the unique medical, physical, cognitive, psychosocial, behavioral, vocational, educational, recreational needs of persons with Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) and Acquired Brain Injury (ABI).
Each patient is assessed to determine their level of functioning related to impairments, activity, and participation in life situations-employment community activities.
- functionally based care that is patient-driven
- individuals with skills to independently maintain optimal health
- the highest quality of cost-effective rehabilitation care
Our Outpatient Treatment Team
Our team offers services to individuals with mild to severe levels of injury. Brain injury survivors are eligible for treatment regardless if the injury occurred recently or many years ago. Our program incorporates physical, communication, cognitive, social-emotional, and personal goals within a group-oriented community-based functional environment. The MCIR team along with the patient and their caregiver collaborate to design a program to improve function at home, work, and in the community.
All three offer brain injury and orthopedic rehabilitation.
Additionally, Brewer’s outpatient offers Lymphedema and Hand Therapy.
Outpatient team members include:
- Physical Therapist
- Occupational Therapist
- Speech/Language Pathologist
- Recreation Therapist
- Clinical Counselor
- Rehab Service Director
- Rehabilitation Technician
Home and Community Program
There’s no place like home for healing. Rehab Without Walls® home and community rehab blends evidence-based therapies with creative uses of the patient’s own surroundings – whether at home, school, work or in their own community.
Not only is home and community neuro therapy medically necessary for patients who qualify for the program, but it offers a huge advantage in treatment. Addressing goals and barriers in real-life settings can increase motivation, lead to more durable outcomes and reduce the risk of injuries that could lead to rehospitalization.
Our home and community locations: Biddeford
This program provides participants the opportunity to live in the Midcoast and Brewer communities. Residents are offered more than safety and supervision. We assist with the appropriate levels of support that are best suited to each resident’s needs and goals.
- Our program participates in a CARF accredited rehabilitation program
- 24-hour supervision
- Expert neuro-specialized rehabilitation available
- Facilities designed to the resident’s needs
- Family members will feel welcome at each residence
A care coordinator is responsible for the development and ongoing support of the Waiver Care Plan. This includes monitoring of the health, welfare, and safety of the individual.
Our care coordinator’s are licensed professionals with a combined over 30 years of experience working with adults with acquired and traumatic brain injury. This allows for a unique perspective and ability to help clients navigate the complex waiver system. Not only do they serve as advocates and link each client to resources, but they also use their clinical experience to make direct recommendations for more efficient results. Care coordinators are more apt to identify adaptive equipment needs or ideas to better direct their Assistive Technology assessment resulting in more targeted and functional assessment for the individual. Our care coordinators live in the area they work so they have “insider knowledge” of available resources, events in the area, etc. It also means they are more accessible when needed for a last-minute visit or when a crisis may arise.
Our care coordination locations: Biddeford