Our admissions specialists will work with you every step of the way to determine the right program for your loved one and answer your questions.
Moody Neurorehabilitation Institute (Moody Neuro) facilities at Galveston and Lubbock provide comprehensive, residential post-acute brain injury rehabilitation (PABI) services to adolescents and adults with acquired brain injury.
Acquired brain injury includes (but is not limited to) the following etiologies: traumatic brain injury (TBI) resulting from an external force; cerebrovascular accident (stroke) from ischemic infarct or hemorrhage; anoxic/hypoxic events (near drowning, choking, heart attack, etc.); metabolic disorders (i.e., diabetes, chronic alcohol abuse); infectious diseases/illness (i.e., encephalitis, meningitis); injury caused by tumor or surgical removal of said tumor, radiation or chemotherapy, and open head injuries such as gunshot wounds. Moody Neuro in Galveston and in Lubbock serve a diverse population of individuals with acquired brain injuries. As a result, we take necessary precautions to ensure that appropriate accommodations and/or modifications are addressed and made for their religious, cultural, and social needs. Such accommodations/modifications can include, but are not limited to, menu selections, attending/direct care services, use of a translator, and access to places of worship.Read Less
We treat patients that have sustained a brain injury of any type and offer programs to accommodate every patient’s unique situation.
Residential Program For patients who will live onsite during rehab as they transition towards independence
Outpatient Program For people who will live at home during treatment
Long-Term Supported Living For patients who need a safe, purposeful supported long-term living home
Respite Care For caregivers, who need to time to recharge
Individuals must be 17 years or older. Individuals under 17 are admitted on a case by case basis. Long-term care: Must be 18 years of age or older
Individuals must be mobile, including being aided by an assisted device (e.g., walker or wheelchair).
Patients who have sustained a dual diagnosis spinal cord injury with a brain injury or a brain injury of any type, i.e. TBI, Stroke(CVA), Aneurysm, Encephalitis, etc. that requires extended cognitive and physical rehabilitation and treatment.
Require payor source (e.g., insurance, HHSC, Worker Compensation Funds, private pay).
There are no restrictions on patients’ residence or discharge location.
A patient’s length of stay is dependent on the individual’s progress through the program. The average length of stay is around 45-90 days, but can be more or less depending on the patient’s progress.
We require a current up-to-date list of medications prior to admission.
Our admission team works hard to ensure that brain injury rehabilitation treatments are covered by the patient’s insurance carrier. With more than 20 years of experience, our admission specialists have the knowledge and experience that each patient requires for admission approval. If a patient doesn’t have insurance, we can help you find funding from other sources. Moody Neuro works with most managed care companies and payer sources, including:
* To get in touch with a CRS office nearest you, please click on the link below:Find CRS Office
Keep medications within reach while packing. Please bring them with you on the day of admission.
The following are standards established by the Texas Department of Aging and Disability Services (DADS). To assure your health and safety, the following conditions must be met prior to admission:
Your therapies will include, but are not limited to, physical therapy (PT) and therapeutic recreation. Please bring clothing that is comfortable and appropriate for these activities, including supportive athletic shoes. Example of activities: PT, community walks, art and crafts and biking. Swimwear may be required.
Please Note: You are responsible for furnishing your own personal items. Our program focuses on the functional independence of each individual and we do not provide personal items such as clothing, soap, shampoo, etc. We do provide linens, pillows and towels for patient use.