At The MENTOR Network, we understand that brain, spinal cord and medically complex injuries and other challenges can happen at any age. We also know that infants and children who have experienced these injuries require specialized care tailored to their specific needs, age and interests.
Through our partner NeuroRestorative, we offer an array of rehabilitation services to help children and their families overcome challenges, regain and develop skills, and continue to meet developmental milestones during the rehabilitation process. Our team of adolescent and pediatric rehabilitation experts support children and their families every step of the way.
Rebuilding Lives. Restoring Hope.
NeuroRestorative offers children and adolescents an array of post-acute brain injury rehabilitation services, ranging from neurorehabilitation and day treatment to transitional living and respite. Our goal is to provide the individualized services each child needs in comfortable, community-based settings where they can continue to learn and grow.
NeuroRestorative’s state-of-the-art Pediatric Rehabilitation program in Las Vegas, Nevada—the only subacute, pediatric-only program in the state—was designed to provide children with a safe, home like environment while they receive specialized, skilled care during their recovery. Offering a 1:4 staff-to-patient ratio, we’ve created an atmosphere that is conducive to our young patients’ recovery, including distinctly decorated rooms that appeal to children and rehabilitation equipment especially designed for them.
NeuroRestorative also offers a program designed especially for young people ages 16 to 21 with challenges such as traumatic brain injury (TBI), stroke and brain tumors.
NeuroRestorative’s pediatric programs also offer a focus on academics. Our Adolescent Integration School in Carbondale, Illinois, offers students ages 11 to 21 an innovative environment where they can continue their studies and receive the specialized support they need to succeed. The school is approved by the Illinois State Board of Education as a nonpublic residential facility and has been serving adolescents with brain injury for more than two decades.
Located on over 300 acres of land in the foothills of the Ozarks, NeuroRestorative’s Timber Ridge School, is approved by the Arkansas Board of Education to serve children with brain injuries ages 5-17 years old. Children and teens live in beautiful cabins where they have the opportunity to receive specialized services, attend school and enjoy therapeutic activities alongside their peers.
Visit the NeuroRestorative website for more information on The MENTOR Network’s programs for children and adolescents with brain and spinal cord injuries and other neurological injuries and illnesses.