Centre for Neuro Skills (Los Angeles)
16542 Ventura Boulevard, Suite 500
Encino, CA 91436
The Centre for Neuro Skills (CNS) has post-acute medical treatment, therapeutic rehabilitation and disease management services with specially-trained staff for individuals recovering from acquired brain injury. Their cost-effective, patient-centered programs maximize treatment effect, learning generalization and stability of recovery in real-world settings. The goal is to facilitate skill acquisition and help each patient resume a normal rhythm of living. The Brain Injury Programs and Services include: post-acute inpatient rehabilitation, neurobehavioral rehabilitation, outpatient and day treatment, assisted living, multicultural programs, family education, community reintegration, and home evaluations.
Long Beach Memorial Medical Center- Stroke Receiving Center
2801 Atlantic Avenue
Long Beach, CA 90806
Phone: (561) 933-8832
Long Beach Memorial is a dedicated Stroke Receiving Center for Los Angeles County – providing patients with advanced treatment options and a highly trained stroke team, making fast response times and positive outcomes a reality. The MemorialCare Stroke Center is certified as a Primary Stroke Center by the Joint Commission, which seeks to improve the safety and quality of care provided to the public. The Joint Commission certifies that approved programs like the MemorialCare Stroke Center at Long Beach Memorial follow national standards and guidelines to improve outcomes for patients.
Northridge Hospital Medical Center, Center for Rehabilitation Medicine- Acute Brain Injury Program
18300 Roscoe Boulevard
Northridge, CA 91328
Phone: (818) 885-8500
The Center for Rehabilitation Medicine (CRM) is a full-service rehabilitation program suited to treat patients who have suffered catastrophic or debilitating injury or illness. Since Northridge Hospital is a designated Adult & Pediatric Trauma Center, they often treat rehabilitation patients from the point of injury. CRM helps patients regain abilities and control of their lives. They offer treatment for all major disabling conditions, includingspinal cord, brain injury, stroke, multiple trauma, amputation, neurological disorders, arthritis, and orthopedic problems.Special programs for spinal cord injury, brain injury, stroke and multiple trauma are offered by the Center. The goal of the rehabilitation program is to deliver exceptional patient care to maximize each individual’s skills and independence.
Rancho Los Amigos National Rehabilitation Center
7601 East Imperial Highway
Downey, CA 90242
Phone: (562) 401-7111
Rancho Los Amigos National Rehabilitation Center provides care after traumatic illness or injury. They are a life support, whether it is during Recovery, Rehabilitation or Reintegration back to living and loving life. This center offers rehabilitation for stroke, brain injury, spinal injury, pediatrics, orthopedic injury, and amputee’s.
Southern California Rehabilitation Services
7830 Quill Drive, Suite D
Downey, CA 90242
Phone: (562) 862-6531
The mission of Southern California Rehabilitation Services (SCRS) is to empower persons with disabilities to achieve their personalized goals through community education and individualized services that provide the knowledge, skills, and confidence building to maximize their quality of life. This may be accomplished by providing individuals with information, referrals, direct supportive services, and/or specialized training in order that they may realize their full potential.
Sports Concussion Institute
5230 Pacific Concourse Drive, Suite 300
Los Angeles, CA 90045
Phone: (310) 643-9595
In the case of a known or suspected concussion or an acquired brain injury, patients at the Sports Concussion Institute will be assessed and treated by licensed neuropsychologists, board certified physicians, and certified athletic trainers. These individuals have had extensive experience in the field of traumatic brain injury and concussion diagnosis, management and community education. Depending on the nature of the injury and the clients evaluation needs, the assessment may take anything from one hour (involving an interview and neurocognitive screen) to multiple hours spanning several days (more typical in cases where the injury was more severe or experienced further back in time and which requires longer-term treatment, accommodations, or rehabilitation). Regardless of the type of injury, our primary goal is to return the athlete back to play, school, work, and life as quickly and safely as possible.