Pediatric Program

In 1994, Rainbow developed its first specialized program for the care of children and adolescents with brain injuries. Since then, Rainbow has opened several residential treatment homes offering a structured environment where children and adolescents can rehabilitate in a safe, supportive setting. School attendance, the development of appropriate behaviors, and therapies are emphasized through group and individual approaches by a team of therapists specially trained in pediatric brain injury rehabilitation. Our unique Continuum of Care philosophy guides children and teens through the recovery process with an individualized treatment plan that meets their specific needs and goals. Let us help your child regain the active and satisfying life he or she deserves with the greatest level of independence possible. 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:

Pediatric Continuum of Care

Brain Injury Treatment Programs
Rainbow offers specialized recovery treatment that serves the needs of virtually every type, stage and level of brain injury rehabilitation for children, adolescents and young adults. We help individuals regain lost skills or functions while introducing new skills and strategies to cope with long-term changes.
Trained Professionals
Rainbow has been successfully treating children and teens with brain injuries since 1994 with a team of experienced specialists rigorously trained in brain injury recovery.[/toggle]
Treatment Environments
Rainbow’s Pediatric and Young Adult Programs treatment center are located at the Oakland Treatment Center in downtown Farmington, MI. The center features a sensory integration room, private treatment rooms, modern therapy equipment, an accessible kitchen, a library and computer room, a fitness center, a gym, a therapeutic swimming pool and much more. With pediatric residential homes, specialized residential programs, after school, Saturday and summer programming, children age five and older can be treated in environments that best fit their unique needs.
Transitional Philosophy
Whether a child requires intensive therapy, ongoing medical attention or behavioral retraining, the ability to access Rainbow’s vast network of programs during the recovery process provides children with the right care at the right time