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Frequently Asked Questions

Common Questions, Unquantifiable Results

Can residents smoke cigarettes?

There are designated smoking areas located throughout campus. Smoking is not permitted indoors.

What therapies do you provide?

We provide occupational therapy, physical therapy, speech and language pathology, psychotherapy, and a licensed Substance Abuse Prevention Program.

Who should I talk to if I have any problems or concerns with my rehabilitation?

It is important to us that you feel your Rehabilitation Team is making every effort to assist you in reaching your goals. If you feel that there are issues that are not being addressed, you should discuss your concerns with your Program Coordinator. Your Program Coordinator is responsible for coordinating your care while you are here and communicating with all members of your treatment team.

Where will I receive my therapy?

There are three primary locations for therapy to occur. These include the Ann Arbor Campus, the Manchester Campus and the Jacksonville Campus. Some therapies might also take place in other locations such as our therapeutic green house, in your living environment, or in the community.

What happens the first day I come for outpatient therapy?

You should plan to come 15-20 minutes before your therapy to complete paperwork. You will meet with someone from the Admissions Department to discuss any questions you may have. You will then meet with your therapists and begin treatment.

How long will I be receiving therapy?

During the first several weeks of therapy, your therapists will be assessing your current functioning and discussing your goals. Once the assessment period is over, your therapists will be able to give you a better idea of how long they anticipate you will need services.

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