Rehab Without Walls San Marcos is one of the oldest and most recognized post-acute treatment programs in the United States.
Since 1978, our team has been serving the needs of adults with brain injury and other neurological disorders across North America.
Rehab Without Walls San Marcos specializes in:
- Neurobehavioral rehabilitation
- Transitional residential rehabilitation
- Long-term supported living
We are comprised of a unique group of seven interrelated treatment facilities that form a comprehensive continuum of care led by a treatment team with over 100 years of combined experience in brain injury rehabilitation. Our treatment programs create a supportive environment that allow individuals to transition to more independent settings, fully master newly acquired skills, or step back to practice challenging tasks. This continuity ensures that progress is never interrupted and that each person experiences success at his or her own pace. Both transitional and long-term supported living treatment options are offered.
Transitional Residential Rehabilitation
Our transitional residential settings offer active treatment from 7:00 am until 9:00 pm, seven days a week. Our rehab environment includes an interdisciplinary mix of professional services as determined based on individual needs.
Once a person is admitted, the customized rehabilitation program will be implemented to identify intervention/compensation strategies that will be the most effective for treatment. An individualized plan will be developed for transition to the home and community environment. Rehab Without Walls residential treatment programs incorporate cognitive rehabilitation for memory, attention, organization, initiation, planning problem-solving skills, and social skills training. Deficit areas are addressed, and compensatory strategies are developed through structured daily activities driven by trained staff. Pre-vocational training and support are offered when required.
In addition to the services above, weekly medical and health team visits, and monthly Outcome Goal Plan review meetings are provided. Planning for transition to the home and community environment will begin at the time of admission.
Following a brain injury, some individuals struggle to regain the abilities needed to face the daily challenges of living independently. Our Supported Living Program provides a positive living and working alternative for those individuals with extended rehabilitation needs.
We offer several supported living options, each with 24-hour supervision, where staff members encourage participants’ independence and self-sufficiency while providing the necessary support to meet daily challenges. The focus of treatment is to maximize each person’s quality of life by encouraging the development of leisure, social and vocational pursuits that are meaningful and productive. Functional activities promote independence in self-care, nurture meaningful interpersonal relationships, and emphasize personal responsibility.
Our Supported Living Program fosters autonomy, personal growth and development by incorporating individual needs and interests into tailor-made programs based on personal objectives.
Our continuum of care includes a wide range of program locations which span from peaceful rural settings overlooking 155 acres of Central Texas countryside, to supported living townhomes and apartments just blocks from the hustle and bustle of downtown San Marcos and Texas State University.
Regardless of location, our programs strive to provide a comfortable rehabilitation setting, less like a medical institution, and more like home. Our focus on functional activities and person-centered treatment aims to improve the quality of life, quality of care, and overall satisfaction of our participants and their families.
Services Available for Both Transitional and Supported Living:
- Physical Therapy
- Recreational Therapy
- Occupational Therapy
- Speech-Language Therapy
- Relaxation/Movement Therapy
- Art Therapy
- Psychological Counseling
- Addiction Services (through contracted providers)
- Case Management
- Care Coordination
- Medical Management
Referral and Payor Sources and Fees
- Private Health Insurance
- Texas Department of Assistive and Rehabilitative Services
- Automobile Insurance
- Auto No-Fault Insurance
- Worker’s Compensation
- Private Funds