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NeuroRestorative Announces Educational Video Series

videos_screenshot_2NeuroRestorative, a partner of The MENTOR Network, recently introduced its “Effects of Brain Injury” video series.

As a leading provider of community-based, post-acute rehabilitation services to individuals with brain injury and other neurological challenges, NeuroRestorative created the videos to provide education on common side effects to individuals and families living with brain injury.

“As a provider of quality brain injury rehabilitation services, we are obligated to not only meet the post-acute rehabilitation needs of our participants, but also offer educational resources to individuals and their families. This video series is one of the resources NeuroRestorative can offer allowing us to leverage and share the expertise of our team of clinical experts,” said Bill Duffy, President of NeuroRestorative.

In the seven-video series, NeuroRestorative’s team of medical professionals describes brain injury side effects in an easy-to-understand way. Topics include depression, left sided neglect (an attention deficit of the left side of the body) and seizures.

The videos are available to view on NeuroRestorative’s YouTube channel and in the Family Education section of the NeuroRestorative website.

NeuroRestorative is a leading provider of post-acute rehabilitation services for people of all ages with brain and spinal cord injuries and other neurological challenges. In a variety of locations and settings, NeuroRestorative offers a continuum of care and rehabilitation options, including specialized services for children, adolescents, and active duty service members and veterans.

NeuroRestorative traces its roots back to 1977, when the renowned Center for Comprehensive Services (CCS) was founded in Carbondale, IL. In 1998, CCS joined The Network and later unified with many of The Network’s other post-acute rehabilitation services partners under the name NeuroRestorative. Together, NeuroRestorative and CareMeridian make up The MENTOR Network’s Specialty Rehabilitation Services.