Making Headway Center works to prevent brain injuries through education at public gatherings, local media, outreach in local schools and selected helmet fittings and giveaways. For those who have sustained a brain injury, we create customized programs designed to help participants live as independently as possible. This is done through daily life skills classes, counseling and other therapeutic activities. Just as every person is different, every recovery depends on varying personalities and circumstances. Making Headway Center has expanded therapy services to include counseling for those who have experienced trauma, mental health issues, problems with relationships and difficulty in transitions. This holistic approach remains the key to success for Making Headway Center and service to our community.
Making Headway Center for Brain Injury Recovery envisions a community in which brain injuries are prevented when possible and in which all persons with Brain Injuries are able to live and participate fully in the community of their choice.
How We Help Clients
Making Headway Center offers a variety of programs where individuals can continue to develop their cognitive, motor and behavioral skills in a secure environment with the help of experienced rehabilitation professionals. The goal is to establish the highest-quality and most cost-effective care that will result in positive outcomes for the client.
Occasional anxiety is a normal part of life. You might feel anxious when faced with a problem at work, before taking a test, or making an important decision. But anxiety disorders involve more than temporary worry or fear
An individual with a brain injury can experience difficulty with memory, attention, concentration, impulsiveness, and various other attributes. Our cognitive remediation, helps clients target and improve troublesome areas.
Obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) is an anxiety disorder in which people have unwanted and repeated thoughts, feelings, ideas, sensations, or behaviors that drive them to do something (compulsions).
Individuals with a brain injury can also have PTSD and they are at increased risk for depression, physical injuries, substance abuse, and sleep problems, which in turn can affect thoughts and actions.
Making Headway Center for Brain Injury Recovery works toward the prevention of brain injuries through education and awareness and helps persons who have sustained brain injuries to gain access to uniquely individualized services, support, and opportunities for self-determination and self-sufficiency.
What the Community has to say
Here are a few reviews clients have shared about their experience with our organization.
Great organization! Really a huge asset in our community.
Definitely a top notch group of people. I love them to pieces.
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