Admission Criteria

  • Minimum of 18 years old
  • Primary diagnosis of Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI)
  • Understanding of and in agreement with our Resident Agreement and policies for Semi-Independent Residential Programming
  • Independent or modified independent with all basic ADL and functional transfers within the home environment
  • Ability to demonstrate awareness of appropriate basic safety and emergency responses
  • Does not require daily skilled nursing or 24-hour supervision
  • Need for and ability to tolerate and engage in 4-6 hours of Occupational Therapy services per week, with additional programming as determined by evaluation
  • Free of violent behaviors; no danger to self or others
  • Prescription for Semi-Independent Residential Programming from treating physician
  • Occupational Therapy evaluations supporting this level of programming include, but are not limited to, Independent Living Scales (ILS), Mayo-Portland Adaptability Index (MPAI), and Assessment of Motor and Process Skills (AMPS).


  • A modified level of care is needed, as determined by their internal and external support team, and/or prescribing physician
  • Resident’s choices and behaviors no longer align with the Resident Agreement, and conflict with their individualized rehabilitation goals
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