A serious traumatic injury can lead to injuries that are not always visible to you or your loved ones. A severe injury that affects the brain can lead to changes in personality and behavior,; these changes are known as “neurobehavioral disorders” and can significantly slow the recovery process. Sierra Care creates detailed plans to address the neurobehavioral changes that are seen with brain injury. A, allowing healing and recovery to begin, speeding you andor your loved ones return to a normal life.
At Sierra Care we understand the devastating effect that a sudden and unexpected change in personality and behavior can have, especially while you or a loved one is already recovering from a serious injury. These changes affect families, friendships, and even the ability to return to work. However, with skilled treatment almost all of these changes improve and in some cases resolve completely.
At Sierra Care we combine the treatment of behavioral changes into our treatment of any physical disabilities from the injury itself. This approach improves the speed of recovery and decreases the frustration that patients feel when only one element of their injury is addressed.
Treatment at Sierra Care begins with a detailed review of what medications, therapies, and treatments a patient has received. This allows us to determine what is most likely to benefit you or your loved one. All neurobehavioral treatments at Sierra Care are provided alongside treatments for any physical injuries that are present. This dual approach is the foundation of our treatment strategy, ensuring that our patient’s have the greatest possible recovery in the shortest amount of time.
Some of the Neurobehavioral treatments offered at Sierra Care include:
Neurobehavioral care at Sierra Care is focused on teaching practical and effective self-management strategies. Each of our other treatments and therapies are focused around helping you or your loved one successfully use these strategies.
Recovering from serious injury, especially an injury that results in neurobehavioral changes, requires a calm, welcoming, and supportive environment. The experiences and welcoming staff at Sierra Care are dedicated to your recovery and the beautiful natural environment that surrounds our facilities is the perfect place to begin your recovery.
Sierra Care’s Patient Care Team
The healthcare team at Sierra Care is comprised of only the most exceptionally well trained, highly skilled, experienced, and genuinely caring individuals — human beings with a true passion for helping their fellow human beings during a time of need, and with the skills to do it correctly.
Every patient at Sierra Care becomes a part of the Sierra Care family, which means not only do they receive all the needed physical care and treatments they require, but also all the love, understanding, and emotional caring that every human being needs during a challenging time.
Sierra Care’s rehabilitation and recovery process operates 24-hours a day, 7-days a week. Our congregate living health facility features a team of nurses and rehabilitation therapists that is dedicated to helping patients during the in-facility rehabilitation process, as well as the process of transitioning to in-home care.