Florida Institute for Neurologic Rehabilitation is Dedicated to Treating Traumatic Brain and Neurological Issues

Wauchula, Florida (PressExposure) May 19, 2011 -- The Florida Institute for Neurologic Rehabilitation, Inc. (FINR), based in Wachula, FL, has launched a new website at http://www.finr.com that details the variety of comprehensive treatment programs and services the organization offers for children and adults. Founded to provide high quality, clinically relevant and cost-effective brain injury rehabilitation and support services, FINR develops a continuum of care specifically designed for individuals who have a wide range of complex medical issues that involve neurorehabilitation, neurobehavioral and neuropsychiatric needs.

Services available for brain injury rehabilitation include medical rehabilitation, coma and sensory stimulation, ventilator weaning, pharmacologic assessment, neuropsychological evaluation, intensive rehabilitation, forensic evaluation, community integration, vocational services, neurobehavioral rehabilitation, behavior analysis, supported independent living, pediatric rehabilitation and education and family education and training. These components are integrated into a variety of settings: sub-acute rehabilitation, adult post-acute rehabilitation, pediatric rehabilitation and education and supported independent living.

Each categoryfor brain injury rehabilitation has sections that detail program overview, admission criteria and outcome data. In addition, the tab for the supported independent living program describes the three facilities that house those specific patients. An additional section describes the referrals and admissions process in detail. General requirements for admission to FINR's program are neurologic dysfunction such as traumatic brain injury, neurologic injury or disorder or central nervous system injury. These dysfunctions may result from closed or penetrating head injury, central nervous system disease, brain tumors, cerebrovascular accidents, exposure to neurotoxin, metabolic disorder, anoxic or hypoxic encephalopathies and other encephalopathies. Visitors to the website will be able to request additional program information, arrange for a tour, and view a media gallery of all facilities.

A variety of educational resources are featured on the website. A unique three-dimensional atlas of brain injury and anatomy educates users on the structures of the brain. It also features a full-color rotating illustration that shows where various neuromotor functions occur. The atlas is also available as a downloadable application for the iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch. Other educational materials include information on types, causes and prevention of neurological injuries, diagnostic and neuropsychological testing and treatment, links for COMA rating scales and a glossary of common brain term injuries. Information is available on the website about FINR's administrators, clinical directors, physicians, therapists and support staff. Website visitors may also view the organization's mission statement and core values for treatment.

FINR's facilities are accredited by the Joint Commission on Health Care for behavioral health residential and group homes for adults and children. CARF (Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities) has also accredited FINR for its adult brain injury residential rehabilitation and vocational services.

About Florida Institute for Neurologic Rehabilitation

The Florida Institute for Neurologic Rehabilitation, Inc. (FINR) has developed a comprehensive brain injury continuum of care offering specialized inpatient evaluation and treatment for both children and adults. Through a pre-admission evaluation and medical records review, FINR develops individualized treatment programs. As a leader in traumatic brain injury (TBI), neurorehabilitation, and neuropsychiatric disorders, our continuum of care delivers clinically relevant and cost effective services with unparalleled continuity of care. The distinct programs in our continuum are designed for individuals with a wide range of complex medical, neurorehabilitation, neurobehavioral, and neuropsychiatric care needs.

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Press Release Submitted On: May 19, 2011 at 2:09 am
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