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Rehab Staff Provides Personal Service from the Heart

Pate rehab staff is dedicated on a deep level to our patients’ rehabilitation success. While therapies are visible as treatment, there is a lot of treatment that goes on behind the scenes on a heart level. Pate rehab staff does go above and beyond because it’s not just a job to them. It’s a calling.

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Rehab Attitude Makes a Difference

Can your rehab attitude change your life or your progress? One woman with a relentlessly positive attitude is living proof that a brain injury doesn’t have to stop you. And it might just help you get well.

We sat down recently with Heidi as she was just about to graduate from Pate’s outpatient program.

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Fishing Rehabilition at Ranch Pond

Ever heard of fishing rehabilitation? Pate’s treatment center in North Texas is a real Texas ranch with a big pond that’s perfect for wiling away a few hours in a peaceful setting.

Thanks to staffers Brent and Danny, the Pate “fishing spot” is open for business. Brent and Danny got the idea for a little fishing rehabilitation and then set to work making sure the pond was stocked with fish,

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Customized Brain Injury Activities in Rehab

We talk about customizing therapy to individuals but what does that look like? Customized brain injury activities are therapeutic actions based on what's important to the patient and reflect their plans and goals. Therapists use the person's special hobbies, talents, and vocations as part of their treatment. The goal is therapy time that is relevant [...]

Perpos Neurorehabilitation Tool Validated In Journal

Adaptive Environment Method Improves Outcomes for TBI & Stroke Post Acute Rehabilitation



Dallas, TX— Texas based Pate Rehabilitation announced the validation of its pioneering brain injury and stroke assessment tool in the peer reviewed journal NeuroRehabilitation. The Pate Environmentally Relevant Program Outcome System (PERPOS) was initially developed to improve return-to-work outcomes after brain injury rehabilitation.