Returning to Work After Injury

Returning to Work After Injury This article has been approved for 1.5 Certified Brain Injury Specialists CE Credits and 1.5 CCM CE Credits. To earn one or both of these credits, read the article and complete the associated form(s) located at the end of this article. The news is not good. The Bureau of Labor Statistics reports…

Employees of the Season–Fall 2016

We are pleased to announce the recipients of the Employee of the Season- Fall 2016: Arbor: Chelsea Parker Bell Creek: Nicole Colemon, Monica Woodard, Stephanie Parker Belleville: Octavia Hubert Brookside: Allyssia Manuel Carpenter: C’aira Pickering Crane: Denise Mitchell Elwell: Kimberly Byram Farmington: Darlajhi Davis, Miracle Rudolph, Benjamin Amiot, Antonio Howard Garden City Apts:, Marketta Crutcher…

Employees of the Season— Summer 2016

Each season, employees are recognized for the amazing things they do every day, such as helping with extra shifts, taking care of our client’s needs, and keeping our facilities sparkling clean. The following are the employees recognized for Summer of 2016: Arbor: Judy Struble Ann Arbor Specialized Residential Program: Pamela Scott, Jessica Lupone Belleville: Shanice…

Therapy Corner: Exploring the Community

Community integration after TBI is an important step in recovery By Rebecca LaBo, Recreational Therapy InternRainbow Rehabilitation Centers By nature, people are very social creatures and have an ingrained need to feel that they are part of a community. A traumatic brain injury (TBI) is more than a physical injury—it can also affect a person’s self-esteem and…

Employees of the Season— Spring 2016

Click to enlarge Each season, employees are recognized for the amazing things they do every day, such as helping with extra shifts, taking care of our client’s needs, and keeping our facilities sparkling clean. The following are the employees recognized for Spring of 2016: Arbor: Riad Alhakim Belleville: Michelle Fitzhugh Bemis: Semaj Mounger Birchwood: Kaitlyn…