Focused post-acute care in residential & outpatient settings.

Brain injury affects more than 1.5 million Americans each year, yet no two injuries are alike, nor do they create the same challenges for patients and their families. Our internal care team develops individualized post-acute treatment plans that provide comprehensive therapeutic and rehabilitative CARF accredited services that maximize the quality of care in a residential or outpatient setting.


Brain Injury Services


Residential Rehabilitation

Our on-site apartments are located at the main facility and offer each individual their own efficiency apartment. Apartments are equipped with a kitchen, bath, living room and bedroom. Others include a kitchen, bath, and bedroom. The on-site apartments are staffed 24 hrs a day.

Our off-site garden apartments are located in the heart of Dublin, Pennsylvania. Each apartment is either 1 or 2 bedroom in which individuals have their own private apartment or bedroom. The apartments have 24-hour team assistance.

Our off-site homes have 3 bedrooms with 24 hour team assistance. Each individual has a private bedroom with all of the amenities needed to support someone living in the community. Team members provide assistance with meal planning and preparation, budgeting, money management, laundry skills, housekeeping, ADL's, employment assistance, transportation.


Neurocognitive Program

Our services focus on providing cognitive rehabilitation to improve individual interaction in major life activities including speaking, learning, working, concentrating, reading, processing of information, and communication.

The program is designed to improve independent functioning in many areas through specific cognitive group activities as well as direct instruction.

  • Technology

  • Compensatory Strategy Training

  • Self-Awareness Instruction

  • Self-Advocacy Training

  • Goal Setting

  • Supervised Practice

  • Peer Interaction/Support

  • Appropriate Social Skills


Therapeutic Modalities

All of our clients at Success Rehabilitation must have a primary diagnosis of traumatic brain injury or other neurological impairments. We provide comprehensive therapeutic programming for secondary diagnosis of mental health or substance abuse.

  • Cognitive Rehabilitation Therapy (CRT)

  • Cognitive Technology Specialist

  • Case Management

  • Nutrition Counseling

  • Nursing/Medical Management

  • Psychiatric Treatment

  • Individual Psychotherapy

  • Speech Language Pathology

  • Art Therapy

  • Recreational/Leisure Activities

  • Comprehensive Skills Training

  • Wellness Service

  • Yoga

  • Cooking & Menu Prep

  • Outpatient Program

  • Activities of Daily Living

  • Occupational Therapy

  • Physical Therapy

  • Equestrian

  • Behavioral Management

  • Group Psychotherapy

  • Socialization

  • Cardio Group

  • Strengthening/Mobility Training

  • Community Activities

Vocational Counseling Services

To reach vocational goals they have set for themselves, clients have the opportunity to participate in volunteer services in areas such as health services at local retirement/nursing homes, hospitals, local animal shelters and libraries. Should an individual be interested in an area to volunteer that Success does not currently have an established relationship, the vocational counselors will explore new possibilities to meet areas of interest.


Cognitive Rehabilitation Therapy

Cognitive rehabilitation therapists provide evaluations and treatments to develop and enhance cognitive functions across the following domains:

  • Attention Skills

  • Executive Functioning Skills

  • Memory Skills

  • Communication Skills

  • Visuospatial Skills

  • Problem Solving Skills


Occupational Therapists

Occupational therapists provide evaluations and treatments to improve function in daily life activities, our treatment focuses on:

  • Equipment prescription

  • Visual-perceptual and functional cognitive training

  • Activities of daily living (ADLs)

  • Upper extremity function and neuromuscular re-education

  • Spasticity management


Speech-language Pathology

Speech-language pathologists provide evaluation and treatment to improve communication, thinking skills, and dysphagia, (eating and swallowing problems). Our treatment focuses on:

  • Strategies to improve intelligibility

  • Cognitive-linguistic skills

  • Memory

  • Organization

  • Problem solving

  • Planning

  • Functional strategies to improve integration

  • Expressive communication

  • Receptive communication

  • Awareness and use of non-verbal communications

  • Dysphagia evaluation & treatment

  • Caregiver training


Physical Therapy

  • Functional mobility training & therapeutic exercise.

  • Gait and balance training

  • Vestibular and concussion rehabilitation

  • Spasticity management

  • Equipment prescription

  • Equestrian

  • Lower extremity function and neuromuscular re-education