Our Mission

It is our mission to treat the person versus just treating the injury. We go beyond the traditional rehabilitation process to identify, develop, and implement innovative and personalized treatment plans in home and community-based settings for those facing the effects of an acquired brain injury throughout mid-Michigan. Throughout the treatment process we seek to educate the entire circle of caregivers and clinicians so the entire team can build upon common intentions, common terminology, and common techniques to identify and improve vital communication behaviors unique to those impacted by brain injury.

Our Goal

Our goal is to provide the tools needed to support independence and insight, while breaking down communication barriers. This helps us to achieve treatment goals and decrease caregiver dependence. We treat in real life situations with our focus on compassion, dignity, and respect. We collaborate with all community providers involved to assist with successful home and community integration. Our services are measured by the extent to which they change and improve the client’s ability to participate in personally relevant and meaningful activities in their lives.

Our Vision

It is our vision of to go beyond the traditional rehabilitation process to address the chronic communication breakdowns that occur after a brain injury. Utilizing The PRS Way™, we endeavor to provide cutting edge compensatory strategies and ensure the treatment team has the tools needed to help each individual achieve their highest levels of functioning and independence. Our person centered and community integrated communication rehabilitation approach will fully engage the client with their community and help them develop and maintain quality interpersonal relationships.​

What’s great about PRS’ rehab… is that they include training sessions with family members.

– D.S.

I get into situations where I’m starting to get frustrated
about something, and Vickie will tell me something,
and Amanda always says —trust the ones that love you.

– R.S.

In the beginning it was very difficult in this household because we had our daughter
that really didn’t want to see him anyway but the way he was before,
so she had a hard time with [her father’s] brain injury.

– V.H.

It takes a unique person to understand brain injury and to de-escalate situations that may arise.
I mean it’s not Jeff being uncontrollable, or having issues, it’s the brain injury that he can’t control
and people have to learn how to deal with that person.

– V.A.

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Practical Rehabilitation Services
PO Box 794
Okemos, Michigan 48805

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