FLORIDA Institute for Neurologic Rehabilitation, Inc

Address: 1962 Vandolah Road
Wauchula, FL 33873
Website: http://www.finr.net/

The Florida Institute for Neurologic Rehabilitation, Inc. (FINR) has developed a comprehensive brain injury rehabilitation continuum of care offering specialized inpatient evaluation and treatment for both children and adults. Through a pre-admission evaluation and medical records review, FINR develops individualized treatment programs. As a leader in traumatic brain injury rehabilitation (TBI), neurorehabilitation, and neuropsychiatric disorders, our continuum of care delivers clinically relevant and cost effective services with unparalleled continuity of care. The distinct programs in our continuum are designed for individuals with a wide range of complex medical, neurorehabilitation, neurobehavioral, and neuropsychiatric care needs. 

Pediatric Rehabilitation & Education – The Pediatric Rehabilitation and Accredited Education Program of the Florida Institute for Neurologic Rehabilitation (FINR) specializes in the evaluation and treatment of children and adolescents with traumatic brain injury, neurologic injury, and neuropsychiatric disorders.   The Pediatric Program strives to employ a family-centered approach to rehabilitation, recognizing that the family plays an integral part in the rehabilitation process. Since parents often know their child better than anyone else, FINR strives to develop collaborative working relationships with parents that build on the strengths and beliefs of the family. Our services are designed to help children successfully re-integrate into the family, home school district or alternative discharge setting.  FINR serves children and adolescents ages 4 to 17 with varying degrees of impairment, diagnosis, and diverse cultural backgrounds. 

Individualized Education Plans (IEP) are developed for students attending school at Florida Institute for Neurologic Rehabilitation. These plans focus on the individual educational, physical, emotional, and behavioral needs of the student to help them receive an appropriate educational experience. An Education Plan is developed for each child that identifies and outlines individualized long-term goals and short-term objectives. IEPs are reviewed and modified as student needs change.

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