The consequences of brain injury and other neurological disorders can be devastating, often creating life-long challenges. However, with the right services and supports, people with brain injury can lead meaningful, productive lives.
A program of Woods Services, Beechwood NeuroRehab started in 1979, as a community-integrated program for individuals with acquired brain injury and other neurological disorders. We provide a comprehensive continuum of brain injury rehabilitation services for medically stable individuals who are in need of post-acute rehabilitation and life-long living supports.
Beechwood NeuroRehab ensures that individuals with brain injury are able to engage in productive and satisfying life roles. We accomplish this guiding principle through comprehensive rehabilitation therapies and individualized, supported plans for living. Beechwood NeuroRehab recognizes and respects the needs, desires and rights of those we serve, their families, and funding representatives, as we strive to fulfill their expectations for high quality brain rehabilitation and long term services and supports.
Health & Safety
We are committed to protecting and preserving the health and well-being of the individuals we serve and our employees. We work diligently to promote a just culture of transparency and accountability that identifies, mitigates, and effectively manages risks.
We are committed to compassionate care, ethical practices, effective and honest communication, collaborative relationships and the highest standards of integrity. We acknowledge and value the dignity of all human beings, the principle of interdependence, and as a result, we value our relationships with one another – without exception.
We are committed to the discovery of new ideas, scientific and technological advancements, partnerships with Centers of Excellence, and collaborations with Institutions of Higher Learning. Each and every day we work to uncover and adopt state-of-the-art, evidence-based, and cutting-edge innovative practices.
We are committed to being a high-performance organization, an employer and provider of choice, and a recognized leader in the field of human services. We work to instill that same passion and drive for success into both the individuals we serve and our employees.
We are committed to advocating for the welfare of the individuals we serve, in keeping with the tradition of our founder, Mollie Woods. We proactively take action to protect and advance the best interest of the individuals we serve through our active engagement in brain injury advocacy organizations, our communities, and by influencing policies and decisions made at the local, state, and federal level.
We are committed to doing business with companies owned by individuals who have disabilities, or whose gender or ethnicity is considered a minority. For more information please contact our purchasing department at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We are committed to positive change. We have the resolve to advocate for the best interests of our clients and the openness to pursue opportunities that advance our vision, mission and values.