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Outpatient services are here!

What’s your resolution for 2020? Physical therapy to work on that nagging shoulder injury from baseball? How about dietary services for get ready for your upcoming beach vacation? Whatever it is, Eisenhower Center is here to help!

Over the past 25 years Eisenhower Center has built its reputation helping people recover from car accidents. In 2019 we began applying that expertise to other groups through our autism programming. As we look toward 2020, we’re hoping to grow even more by offering our allied health services to anyone and everyone who is looking for outpatient services.

We’re proud to announce we’re expanding our outpatient services to all our allied health disciplines. This includes:

  • Physical Therapy
  • Occupational Therapy
  • Counseling
  • Speech Language Pathology
  • Behavior Analysis
  • Recreational Therapy
  • Dietary Services
  • Music Therapy

We accept most major insurances, including Blue Cross, Medicare, and HAP. For more information, give us a call at (734) 677 – 0070, or fill out the form on this page and we’ll contact you.



Autism Services

While our roots at Eisenhower Center may be grounded in treating individuals injured in auto accidents, we have learned that our continuum of care complete with a highly structured environment is beneficial to others as well. As a result, over the past five years we have begun applying that same expertise and compassion to those with autism and other developmental disabilities.

Fully equipped with appropriate specialized licenses and knowledgeable, experienced staff, we currently offer both in-patient and out-patient programming to suit your needs.

If you or a loved one are interested in these programs, please use the contact information on this page, or give us a call at (734) 677 – 0070.



Congratulations and a call to action…

Mr. and Mrs. Hutchings

Eisenhower Center would like to congratulate Devin Hutchings, for being recognized as a Champion of Change at Congressional Black Caucus Week 2019 in Washington D.C.

Mr. Hutchings was nominated not only for his leadership at Eisenhower Center, but also for his advocacy and work with the legislature. Please join us in congratulating him!

Speaking of advocacy, don’t forget to join us next week in Lansing. Reduced access to care. Higher taxes. No real consumer protections. Michigan’s new auto insurance law is a disaster … but there’s still time to #FixTheFix. Join us at the MI Auto Insurance Promise Rally on Sept. 25. This is the best chance we have to protect auto accident victims’ right to recover. https://bit.ly/30xHgf8


Rally to Protect No Fault in Michigan

Click here to register for the rally!

We would like to harness the enthusiasm, tenacity, and commitment so many have voiced to continue fighting to ensure that those injured in auto accidents can receive the care they need to recover. There is a long road ahead to either improve or repeal/replace this deeply flawed legislation enacted in June of this year. This legislation will impact auto accident survivors, their families and their access to the care needed to recover.  We need to Fix the “FIX” and want to work together to make necessary changes in the months ahead.  The purpose of the march and rally is to show lawmakers and the administration that this bill impacts their constituents and their voices need to be heard – let’s work together to mitigate the damages that will result from this legislation as well as a need to educate the public on the choices they will be asked to make and risks that they are now exposed to.

Join Michigan Brain Injury Providers Council (MBIPC), Concerned Association of Patients and Providers (CAPP), Brain Injury Association of MI (BIAMI), the Coalition Protecting Auto No-Fault (CPAN) and thousands of members, organizations, and survivors on September 25, 2019 as we rally in front of Michigan’s State Capitol. Doors open at 9:00 AM at the Lansing Center, 10:00 AM check-in with pre-rally activities, 10:30 AM Pep-Rally followed by a  march down Michigan Ave. to the Capitol steps at 11:00 AM with a rally and speakers to follow at 11:30 AM. Rally concludes about 12:30 PM.

T-Shirts will be available for purchase at the price of $10.
Survivor and family/caregiver T-Shirts – no charge. 
Location: Lansing Center
333 E Michigan Ave
Lansing, MI 48933

Registration ends on September 25, 2019

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