Support for Families
At Pate Rehabilitation, we are committed to providing compassionate support to families, helping them meet the practical and emotional challenges of caring for persons with brain injuries. We realize family members are also coping with drastic changes in their lives and are integral partners in helping their loved one return to the natural pace of life. Not only are we champions for each patient’s clinical prognosis, but, together with the family, we work diligently to find ways to overcome financial challenges so that patients can focus on healing and recovery.
Individualized and Group Support
Not only do we understand and help the person with the acquired brain injury, but we also provide guidance and support for their entire network of family and friends who struggle with their own losses and adjustments. Our staff counsels one-on-one with patients and family members and offers support groups for the patient and his or her family to provide a safe, comfortable place to share with others going through similar challenges. Our staff facilitates discussions and brings in guest speakers.
|A Support Group for Caregivers and Family Members
of Individuals Living with Brain Injury
Meets the 2nd Tuesday of each month
|Dallas Group meets at:
2655 Villa Creek Dr., Dallas, TX 75234
from 12:00p.m. – 1:00p.m.
Anna Group meets at:
3325 Pate Way, Anna, TX 75409
from 4:30p.m. – 6:00p.m.
We provide therapy services made up of educational programs, a community medical and resource network, and other specialty support programs that include social, recreational community activities, and counseling to address adjustment issues, social coping, and adaptation skills.
Because we want patients to concentrate on their recovery and not be distracted by other issues, including financial ones, we draw from several funding sources, including:
- workers’ compensation,
- group health,
- Department of Assistive and Rehabilitative Services (either comprehensive rehabilitation services or vocational funds), and
- private pay.