1 no better place to heal People, Programs and Places Serving People with Brain & Spinal Cord Injuries SM
2 Our mission is to inspire the people we serve to realize their greatest potential. SM
3 No greater hope of recovery. No finer promise of achievement. We believe that providing the right treatment, at the right time, in the right environment provides the greatest hope of recovery to individuals with serious injuries. No better place to heal Rainbow s Continuum of Care allows us to treat adults and children in our residential homes, outpatient treatment centers, the client s own home or in the community. This wide ranging Continuum provides the flexibility needed to develop individualized programming for every person we serve, utilizing the right setting in conjunction with state-of-the-art techniques and equipment. No greater hope of recovery In order to fully implement flexible, individualized programming, we employ and retain outstanding health care professionals who provide unmatched quality care to our clients. No finer promise of achievement The goal for every person we serve is reintegration into the community at the highest level of independence possible. For our clients to achieve this promise, we believe that dignity and respect are the basic foundations of care at every level of the organization, and that ongoing encouragement and support helps those we serve to realize their greatest potential.
4 People No greater hope of recovery
5 Rainbow employees receive regular training in CPR, crisis prevention, first aid, medication administration and behavioral support services. Continuing education and routine competency assessments provide ongoing opportunities for improvement. Excellent staff translates to excellent care. Rainbow s atmosphere of mutual trust and respect allows us to attract and retain quality, caring staff through every level of the organization. Rainbow has a commitment to training and investing in our people. This dedication to our staff confirms our commitment to provide the highest level of care and customer service. Our in-house staff of highly trained and experienced professionals include the following: Medical Care Nurse Practitioners Registered Nurses Licensed Practical Nurses Certified Nursing Assistants Respiratory Therapists Registered Dietitians Neuro-Behavioral Care Board Certified Behavioral Analysts Behavior Specialists Psychologists Certified Rehabilitation Counselors Social Workers Substance Abuse Counselors Rehabilitation Professionals Occupational Therapists Physical Therapists Speech & Language Pathologists Recreational Therapists Kinesiologists Art, Music and Yoga Therapists Massage Therapists Certified Aquatics Instructors Certified Group Fitness Instructors Internal Case Managers Vocational Training Vocational Educational Specialists Job Coaches Education Specialists School Liaisons Certified Teachers Tutors Facility Supervision and Management Program Directors Residential Program Managers Team Leaders Rehabilitation Assistants Consultants/Advisory Care Team Medical Directors Physiatrists Psychiatrists Neuropsychologists Physicians Rainbow is committed to training and encouraging the development of Certified Brain Injury Specialists within our company and throughout the industry. If you want the best, come to Rainbow! On a scale of 1 to 10, the therapists are 15s! DAN DARGA, PARENT OF A CLIENT
6 Programs Far more than a collection of programs, Rainbow offers a Continuum of Care that provides unparalleled flexibility in progressing clients to their maximum level of independence. Active Rehabilitation Program At Rainbow we recognize that rehabilitation is not one-size-fits-all. Clients in the Active Rehabilitation Program participate in highly individualized, intensive treatment that incorporates our vast array of treatment professionals. Clients are challenged to achieve their goals and are given daily opportunities for success. Key components of the program are ongoing team meetings, inclusive of client and family, to update and develop new treatment goals, outcomes measurement and progress reporting. Neuro-Behavioral Rehabilitation Program Rainbow s Neuro-Behavioral Program provides a unique care option for clients when moderate to severe behaviors interfere with the goals of therapy and community re-entry. This program is directed by a Ph.D.-level psychologist and a team of mental health therapists, substance abuse specialists, behavioral analysts and other staff trained in behavior modification. Principles involve positive reinforcement, peer mentoring and modeling. Educational support and vocational training are provided when appropriate, and opportunities for transition to increasingly less structured environments are encouraged as clients learn and maintain new skills. By design, clients move seamlessly through programs at Rainbow. Our ability to offer programs and living environments uniquely paired to an individual s needs is unmatched. From hospital discharge to community re-entry, Rainbow has a collection of programs designed to treat each client with optimal care at every stage of their rehabilitation. Medical Rehabilitation Program Catastrophic injuries are often complicated by medical needs requiring specialized care. For these individuals, we are more than rehabilitation service providers or caregivers. We are advocates for the improvement of health and wellness, both physically and emotionally. Our Medical Rehabilitation Program can often mean earlier discharge from the hospital, a reduced need for subsequent hospitalizations and easier management of medical conditions. Our nursing staff works closely with the client s doctors and other health care professionals to provide appropriate, high-quality medical care with the focus on meeting the changing needs of the client. Pediatric Program The needs of children are quite different from those of adults. For this reason, Rainbow s Pediatric Program is set apart from other programs. Key elements are: After-School and Saturday programs Therapeutic Summer program Day Treatment Interpersonal skill building Tutoring and educational support Leisure education A team of pediatric specialists provides age-appropriate therapies and guidance. Young Adult Program This program is designed to assist young adults in gaining meaningful employment and developing the skills to initiate and maintain relationships. Fundamental components of the program are educational support, learning work skills and job coaching assistance. Both the Pediatric and Young Adult programs are led by a Ph.D.-level pediatric psychologist and are located in an excellent school district near abundant community resources.
7 No finer promise of achievement Supported Living Program Rainbow s Supported Living Program is designed for individuals who have achieved their maximum level of independence and still require ongoing care and supervision. Community outings, fitness, health and wellness, and leisure skills are emphasized. From day trips and sporting events to weight training and aquatic therapy, clients have numerous opportunities to engage in social activities and maintain a high quality of life. Semi-Independent Living Program The Semi-Independent Living Program is designed to encourage personal independence. Graduated levels of supervision are provided, and clients advance to increasingly lessstructured settings as goals are achieved. This program offers a safe and supportive environment as clients take the last critical steps toward independence. Treatment is focused on: Meal planning Vocational skill development Behavioral control Grocery shopping Problem solving Interpersonal skill development Budgeting Household chores Medication management Vocational Rehabilitation Program In order to help our clients enter or re-enter the work community successfully, we ve established a comprehensive vocational program for adults and teens. Many of our clients earn a wage working at our sheltered workshops or in area businesses that share our recognition that everyone has something to contribute to the community. Jobs and training program areas include administrative work, light assembly, hospitality, customer service, manufacturing, warehousing, sales, recycling, landscaping, farming, vehicle detailing and packaging. Home and Community Program Clients can call on Rainbow to provide ongoing individual therapies, nursing services, personal care, and training in activities of daily living such as meal preparation, shopping, money management and community access. These services help maintain the success achieved after leaving our residential settings, following hospital stays or when participating in home-based therapy programs. Rainbow s team works with the client and family to develop a plan of care and implement the programs needed for successful independent living. Clients participating in Home and Community Programs have ready access to an entire team of rehabilitation professionals and treatment resources. I didn t just need rehab, I needed super rehab. Being at Rainbow helped me to heal and regain my strength. GLEN HANSEN, Client
8 Places No better place to heal I enjoy my Rainbow home I m comfortable here. Gabe Mussehl, Client
9 More than 35 living environments give Rainbow the capacity and flexibility to quickly place virtually any client into the right residential environment based on age, gender, functional level and behavioral status. In order to achieve maximum effectiveness, our professionals provide therapy in a variety of environments including our treatment centers, residential homes, vocational settings and in the community. NeuroRehab Campus For individuals who require significant medical attention, Rainbow offers fully accessible, private rooms and an onsite treatment center at its NeuroRehab Campus in Farmington Hills, Michigan. A team of rounding physicians including physiatrists, psychiatrists, internal medicine and podiatrists regularly visit the facility. Nurses, respiratory therapists, and trained rehabilitation assistants lead the care program and are available either on-site, on-call or around the clock. Physical therapy, occupational therapy and speech & language pathology are also available individually and in groups. In addition, mental health services, recreational and massage therapy are offered. Residential Homes Rainbow homes are conveniently located in desirable neighborhoods to provide easy access to schools and community resources. Our accessible homes feature private bedrooms, spacious shared living spaces for meals, recreation and family visits. All Rainbow residences are supervised by a team of our caring, trained staff on a 24-hour basis, and all have 24-hour on-call nursing and mental health services. Apartments and Townhouses Rainbow s apartments and townhouses are conveniently located near public transportation, colleges and universities, shopping and many other community resources. Many have been modified for wheelchair accessible living, and some offer the unique opportunity for clients with children or families to share the same comfortable setting. Outpatient Treatment Centers Rainbow s spacious treatment centers are located in Farmington, Farmington Hills and Ypsilanti, Michigan. These centers offer a host of treatment and activity spaces including: Comprehensive therapy gyms Individual treatment rooms Fully equipped weight/fitness rooms Gymnasium Computer labs Therapeutic swimming pools Activity centers Therapeutic kitchens Woodshop Greenhouse Libraries Vocational Centers Vocational centers in Ypsilanti and Farmington provide functionally appropriate work opportunities for pay. Facility features include: Wheelchair-accessible buildings and grounds Private and shared work areas that simulate real-world working conditions Individually designed assistive technology and tools Woodworking shop Career exploration center Training rooms In your Home and Community Rainbow is committed to providing continuing care in a manner that allows individuals to enjoy being home with family and friends. It is our desire to assist our clients in reaching their goals for independence in the home and community. Our exceptionally trained staff can provide caring services throughout Michigan in virtually any setting.
10 Services Outpatient Services Rainbow provides outpatient and day treatment services to clients who are living in their own homes and wish to participate in rehabilitation programs uniquely tailored to their individual needs. Activities are designed for therapeutic benefit, recreational outlet and/or vocational skill development. As is the case in our residential programs, outpatient clients are evaluated and receive treatment according to a customized plan of care developed by a team of Rainbow professionals in coordination with the client s goals and the treating doctor s prescriptions. Transportation Services Rainbow offers transportation services through it s wholly-owned subsidiary, Rehab Transportation. More than a ride, Rehab Transportation s drivers are trained in caring for individuals with special needs. Rehab Transportation offers competitive rates, on-time service and comfortable, secure vehicles. Our drivers can even offer care before, during and after transportation. A complete range of services are available throughout Michigan. Rehab Transportation can assist with all of your transportation needs, including: Physician appointments Clinic visits Therapy appointments Area hospitals Airport service Shopping trips Errands Family events Special occasions Sporting events Respite Care Services From time to time, families may need a place for loved ones to come to receive care on a temporary basis. For those times, Rainbow s Respite Care Services are the right choice to provide day, overnight and/or extended care as needed. Bless you each and every one for giving me back my old life. Betty Korte, Former Client
11 Established in 1966, CARF (Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities) is an internationally recognized accreditation authority promoting and advocating for quality rehabilitation services. Rainbow Rehabilitation Centers, Inc. has been accredited by CARF in the following Medical Rehabilitation program areas and holds specialty accreditation in the area of Brain Injury. Home and Community Services (Adults) Home and Community Services (Children and Adolescents) Interdisciplinary Outpatient Medical Rehabilitation Programs (Adults) Interdisciplinary Outpatient Medical Rehabilitation Programs (Pediatric Specialty Program) Residential Rehabilitation Programs (Adults) Residential Rehabilitation Programs (Pediatric Specialty Program) Vocational Services (Adults)
12 Rainbow Rehabilitation Centers GENESEE COUNTY Functional Recovery / Home and Community-Based Rehabilitation 8245 Holly Rd., Suite 102A Grand Blanc, MI T: F: OAKLAND COUNTY Oakland Treatment Center Grand River Ave. Farmington, Michigan T: F: NeuroRehab Campus Middlebelt Rd. Farmington Hills, Michigan T: F: WASHTENAW COUNTY Ypsilanti Treatment Center P.O. Box , 5570 Whittaker Rd. Ypsilanti, Michigan T: F: WAYNE COUNTY Rainbow Corporate Headquarters Six Mile Rd., Suite 101 Livonia, Michigan T: F: THROUGHOUT MICHIGAN Home Care & Home and Community-Based Rehabilitation Rehab Transportation A wholly-owned subsidiary of Rainbow Rehabiliation Centers Residential Locations Vocational Centers MAP DETAIL AREA Toll-free Phone: Toll-free Fax:
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