Tuesday, October 13, 2009

Where's Johnny??


You were moved today to Baylor Institute of Rehabilitation.

Baylor Institute for Rehab
(214) 820-9300
909 N Washington Ave, Dallas, TX 75246
Cross Streets: Between Gaston Ave and Floyd St

Your in a room with four beds and the nurses are right there.
I'm not sure if it's room 307 or bed 307
There are no restrictions on visiting hours
You will have occupational, physical and speech therapy two times a day.
We are very optimistic Johnny!!

Here's some information off their website:

Traumatic Brain Injury Research
Baylor Rehab has a prestigious reputation for its Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) program, one of only 14 facilities throughout the nation to be designated as a model system of care for the treatment of patients with TBI by the National Institute on Disability and Rehabilitation Research. The TBI Model System (TBIMS) project is a prospective, longitudinal multi-center study examining the course of recovery and outcomes following TBI. Baylor Rehab's model system, known as the North Texas Traumatic Brain Injury Model System (NTTBIMS), is a cooperative effort between the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center and Baylor Rehab. Researchers hope to learn more about TBI and the vast array of issues encountered by those people affected by it. The goal of the research is to help improve outcomes and the quality of life for people who have had brain injuries, as well as for their families.

Inpatient Rehabilitation Services & Programs
Patients at Baylor Rehab have access to the services and advanced technology of Baylor University Medical Center at Dallas, as well as more than 900 physicians of all medical specialties who can serve as consultants. A team of rehabilitation specialists led by a physiatrist, designs intensive, individualized treatment plans to help patients achieve a maximum level of independence. Particular attention is paid to helping the patient return to school or work, leisure and home activities. Inpatient services at Baylor Rehab include:

Traumatic Brain Injury Program
The Traumatic Brain Injury Program offers a full continuum of services including a coma management program, acute rehabilitation, a TBI follow-up clinic, individual outpatient therapies, a day-neuro rehab program and Real Life Rehab, a community-based program.

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