The TBI Network at The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center Neurological Institute coordinates resources and services for patients who suffer from brain injuries and substance abuse.
Members of the staff, who have expertise in brain injury, substance abuse treatment, vocational rehabilitation, case management, community outreach, counseling and family dynamics, also help to educate clients and their families about substance use and brain injury. The staff works with existing service agencies in Franklin County to gain access and assure appropriate treatment for patients, and the staff consults with professionals from other agencies to assist them in understanding the unique problems of individual clients, particularly the cognitive and emotional changes resulting from brain damage. TBI Network staff members take responsibility for convening meetings of "ad hoc" community teams of providers involved with each client. Each team has unique membership because of the differing array of agency professionals involved with each client.
At the Traumatic Brain Injury Network, our multidisciplinary team collaborates to translate discoveries into life-changing treatments.
A new path forward after injury
Moving forward with life after brain injury takes persistence and resilience, and a little support
Restoring independence after traumatic brain injury
The holistic approach of Ohio State's TBI Nework helps patients rebuild their lives
Partnership with Opportunities for Ohioans with Disabilities (OOD), formerly Rehabilitation Services Commission: The TBI Network vocational program follows the Individual Placement and Support model created by Deborah Becker and Dr. Robert Drake. The staff follows IPS principles of zero exclusion, integrating employment with other services, the goal being competitive employment, offering benefits counseling, a rapid job search with client preferences being most important, and a continuous follow-along services.
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Harry C. Moores Foundation
Franklin County ADAMH Board
“Ohio Regional Traumatic Brain Injury Model System,” funded by National Institute on Independent Living and Rehabilitation Research in the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services
1441 Phale D Hale Drive
Columbus, OH 43205