Brain Injury Clubhouse: The Beechwood Clubhouse is a Work-Ordered Structured Day Program that offers individuals the opportunity to develop work skills in 5 different Work Units that essentially perform the work of running the Clubhouse. These work units include: Culinary & Nutrition, Maintenance, Communication, Community Resources, and Horticulture. In this program, “Members” are empowered to support each other in accomplishing the Clubhouse’s work while offering socialization, interpersonal skills, and employment skills development.
InSPIRE (Increasing Social Participation in Real-Life Experiences): Utilizes a brain injury skills training/facilitation model to allow participants the chance to explore new leisure activities, revisit past recreation interests with adaptations as necessary, and encourage maintenance of a healthy leisure lifestyle. Goal-oriented group activities include recreation, music, creative arts, and community outings that enhance social skills training, sensory/motor development, and the promotion of adaptive behaviors.
Post Secondary Community College: An individual 18 years and older who participates in the Beechwood NeuroRehab residential or outpatient programs may pursue secondary education through the disAbility Services at Bucks County Community College , or at other areas Colleges. Once it is determined that the individual is a candidate for post secondary education the Beechwood NeuroRehab transdisciplinary team works in collaboration with the Disability Services Department at the College, in order to enable the individual served to access post secondary educational services and supports. Academic Coaching supports are provided by Beechwood NeuroRehab staff as needed and adaptations are designed to ensure a successful college experience.
Adult Education: The community in which we live offers a rich array of Adult Education opportunities that the individuals we serve are able to access. Sponsored by the local school district and local township recreation offices, these courses are designed to provide enrichment experiences. Beechwood NeuroRehab supports these opportunities for individuals to have on-going adult educational experiences.
Volunteer Jobs in the Community: Volunteering in the community may be done either as a life-long activity pattern, in conjunction with other vocational options, or as a time limited Work Trial to determine if an individual likes and is good at, a particular type of work, in order to pursue it further for Competitive Employment. Volunteer placements may be arranged in community settings such as schools, public libraries, nature centers, religious organizations, or other non-profit organizations having a formal volunteer structure. Coaching may be offered to develop strategies and assure success of the person in their work.