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Social Skill Training & Support at Success Rehabilitation
At Success Rehabilitation, we often find that our clients' social experiences have been fraught with anxiety, avoidance, and/or missing certain social cues. We recognize the importance of social skill-building for adults in order to build a lifelong network of friends, family, co-workers, and community.
Our goal is to integrate our clients into our supportive community of understanding peers so that they can assist each other in learning and developing the skills necessary to develop and maintain friends and community.
Recreational therapy, also known as therapeutic recreation, is a systematic process that utilizes recreation and other activity-based interventions to address the assessed needs of our clients as a means to psychological and physical health, recovery and well-being. Our recreational therapists help clients learn how to live with their disability and enhance their quality of life by reducing the isolation that clients experience and helping them to participate in leisure activities.
Our dedicated social skills groups are designed to promote healthy peer-based socialization and exposure to social engagements. Through these social events, our clients are encouraged to put into practice the skills they are learning to manage social anxiety and form interpersonal relationships.
Saturdays At Success Program
Every Saturday, clients at Success Rehabilitation have the option of attending programming and activities throughout the day at Success. Our Saturday at Success program is run by our neurocognitive day instructors and offers a multitude of options for client participation including cooking, crafts, fishing at Lake Nockamixion, and entertainment from the movie theater or local play.
Neurorehabilitation Rehabilitation Outpatient
Our Neurorehabilitation Rehabilitation Outpatient Programs bring our clients together in a casual and supportive environment to help foster healthy connections and peer-based interactions. Whether gathering for events or just enjoying downtime between services, we often find our clients reading a book, working on an academic or vocational project, or just appreciating conversation with other members of the success community.
Why Comprehensive Skills Building Is Important In Brain Injury Rehabilitation:
The strength of human connection, engagement, and interpersonal relationships is the fabric of society. We believe that healthy social interactions and connections within the Success Rehabilitation community lead to healthy social interactions and connections in the larger community of family, school, work, and friends.
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