The Adult Head Injury Program provides assistance to Missouri residents, individuals and families, in locating, coordinating, and purchasing rehabilitation and psychological services for adults who have survived a traumatic brain injury (TBI).
Individuals must be a Missouri resident and 21 years or older. Service coordination is available to adult survivors of TBI regardless of financial status. Rehabilitation services are available to individuals who are eligible for the service, and whose income is at or below 185% of Federal Poverty Guidelines. Individuals may contact a service coordinator or, with consent, may be referred by physicians, family, friends, rehabilitation centers, service agencies, and support organizations.
- Evaluation and assessment of needs, information and education regarding the causes and effects of TBI, and prevention of secondary clinical conditions
- Development of a service plan Assistance in locating and accessing medical care, housing, counseling, transportation, rehabilitation, vocational training, and cognitive/behavior training
- Regular evaluation and updates of the service plan
Rehabilitation services may be provided to eligible clients when necessary to facilitate the client