Enoch TBI Center
Nonprofit What Your Donations Will Do for Enoch TBI Center
Traumatic Brain Injury can deeply affect the family dynamic. Our mission is to reduce disability, maximize independence, and try to achieve the best possible quality of life for the survivors of a TBI. The Enoch TBI Center (The Center) has two options for assistance and provides ongoing help to survivors and their loved ones.
Our long-term care program will provide our members with specialized therapies for behavioral, occupational, speech, cognition, and educational classes in money management training, art, and fitness. We will also facilitate medical treatment with neurologists, neurological ophthalmologists, and other medical specialties as needed. The second option for assistance will be a weekday program that can also cover respite care time for family caregivers.
If legal help is needed, for example, to set up special needs trusts, or to apply for social security and other potential benefits, The Center can provide professional referrals and help with the completion of the usual daunting amount of paperwork. The Center will facilitate TBI support groups for survivors and their families. Wherever possible, fun and interesting social activities will be offered.
One goal is to maintain and improve core skills like cooking, safety, self-care, communication, and hygiene. We will also work with our survivors on reintegration into the local community with targeted trips around town. These skills will help set survivors on a new path of living by utilizing core skills which will, in turn, help them achieve independence and feel good about themselves.
Each brain injury is unique, and each Survivor has unique disabilities. Long-term donations will be used to fund the purchase of a property where we will build or renovate a facility to achieve all The Center’s goals to benefit and accommodate survivors of a TBI.
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