TBI Center

Go to content

Program Services


Service Coordination helps clients through the maze of services and ensures their needs are being met through person-centered planning. An individual plan of services is constructed and reviewed every six months to ensure goals are being optimally addressed.

Independent Living Skills Training helps individuals learn strategies to adapt to challenges from TBI by devising routines and modifications to improve daily functioning. Individuals set their goals to enhance satisfaction with their lives.

Cognitive Remediation involves training to improve basic cognitive skills, such as attention and concentration, planning and problem solving, memory, impulse control, and stress reduction.

Structured Day Program allows clients to work on individual goals within a group setting. Communication and social interactional skills are bolstered through a variety of recreational and learning activities that are tailored to individual tastes and needs. A Prevocational program option is offered that targets those skills needed to function more independently.

Community Integration Counseling helps individuals, and often families, adapt to changes in their lives due to TBI and adjustment issues.

Other Services:

Sudden Impact newsletter edited by TBI survivor, Richard Clark, is published and distributed quarterly. Contact Richard Clark to place your name on the mailing list.

Funding for Services is available to eligible adults with TBI and other neurological disorders as well as developmental impairment through the following New York State Programs:

  • Department of Health Home and Community Based Services for individuals with TBI (HCBS/TBI) Waiver serves people who had a brain injury (age 18+).


  • Department of Health Home and Community Services Nursing Home Transition & Diversion Waiver. This waiver program is for individuals 18 and older who are diagnosed with a physical disability.


  • Office for People With Developmental Disabilities (OPWDD) serves adults and children with developmental disabilities, TBI or other neurological impairment. Onset of disability must have occured before the age of 22.

Contact a Service Coordinator for self-pay options for specific services of interest.


Home Page | Sudden Impact: SOS | What is TBI | Program Overview | Program Services | Calender/Staff | Neuropsychological Evaluations | Center History | Contact Info / Links | Site Map

North Country Regional TBI Center- 101 Broad Street, Suite 316 Sibley Hall - Plattsburgh, NY - 12901 - copyright � 2010 - 2014 NCR-TBI Center | info@tbicenter.org

Back to content | Back to main menu