CORE Health Care’s Hilltop and Oak Point treatment programs serve individuals who have suffered mild to severe brain injuries. Our goal is to help program participants restore self-directed functional ability so that they can eventually live with as much confidence and independence as possible, with minimal need for support services.

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In a beautiful, home-like setting, Hilltop and Oak Point residents experience qualitative functional outcomes through a consistent and predictable schedule, peer support, individual and group therapy and multi-level intervention-all in an environment that focuses on optimism and fosters hope. Residents receive physical, occupational and speech therapies, incorporating uniquely beneficial activities such as music, art, gardening or animals. Treatment strategies are specific to the resident’s needs for improved physical, cognitive, behavioral and psychological functioning, and treatment plans also incorporate issues and needs specific to each resident’s family.

Since biological recovery of an injured brain continues for two years or more post-accident, the typical length of stay at Hilltop or Oak Point for someone with a brain injury varies on a case by case basis. Program participants must be medically stable and age 16 or older.

CORE Health Care’s licensed professional staff also provides cognitive testing and therapeutic intervention plans for those with brain injuries. Direct care personnel foster a consistent but challenging therapeutic environment for residents learning a variety of compensatory strategies. CORE Health Care’s staff members are experts in brain injury rehabilitation; many have been certified through the Brain Injury Association of America as Brain Injury Specialists.

CARFCommission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF) The Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF) accreditation has been awarded to CORE Health Care for the Residential Rehabilitation Brain Injury Programs for Adults.