The Prenatt family shares their story about daughter, Brittany, a TBI survivor and former FINR patient. Brittany is now attending college and aspires to be a physical therapist after personally experiencing rehabilitation during her time at FINR.
Andrea Pringle and her mother, Karen, share their moving story about Andrea's traumatic car accident as a pregnant 16-year-old girl, the difficult decisions the family was faced with following the accident and her amazing journey to recovery.
Dr. Gregory Hanes, a Neurologist at FINR, discusses the treatment process of patients with brain injuries, the standard of excellence at FINR and the outstanding, cohesive team of doctors, therapists and nurses who contribute to the culture of rehabilitation at FINR.
Stephanie Ortiz, Director of Nursing, speaks to the quality of care that FINR offers to patients who are admitted to the Skilled Medical Rehabilitation Center.
Anetta discusses the duties of a respiratory therapist and the needs that many of the patients admitted to FINR have.
Dr. Villalba discusses the relationship between brain injury and medication, and the balance that FINR tries to strike between the two.
Dr. O'Keefe talks about the benefits of neuropsychological testing and how it helps track progression in brain injured patients.
Dr. Malowitz discusses how substance abuse may complicate the treatment of brain injured patients and how FINR addresses it.
FINR patient, Reggie Gould, shares the story about his brain injury, the rehabilitation process and his experience at FINR.
Former FINR patient, Tyler Nelson, discusses his brain injury, the treatment process and his experience at FINR.
Former FINR patient, Garrett Sheffield, discusses his brain injury, the treatment process and his experience at FINR.
Former FINR patient, Jarrett Moss, and his mother, discuss his brain injury, the treatment process and his experience at FINR.
Former FINR patient, Richard Nash, and his wife, discuss his brain injury, the treatment process and his experience at FINR.
Former FINR patient and TBI survivor, Glorianne Santos and her mother, Maricor, share their story about the rehabiliation process and the care she recieved while at FINR.
Barry Bicknell, Casey Bicknell's father, shares his story about his son's brain injury and the care he has received while at FINR.
Jane McKeon, a former patient at the Florida Institute for Neurologic Rehabilitation (FINR), and her husband, Stephen, discuss the rehabilitation process and the success Jane found at FINR.
Tune into this video to hear more from patients, doctors, nurses and therapists about the quality of care that FINR delivers to those in need of neurologic rehabilitation.
The Florida Institute for Neurologic Rehabilitation (FINR) is dedicated to educating the public about brain injury. In this video, Dr. Zamorano introduces the eBook developed by FINR, Understanding Brain Injury, available for download at the iTunes store.
This short video provides an overview of the services and care that FINR provides to both adults and children who have experienced a brain injury. In this short video, you will hear from patients and their families about the high level of care provided at FINR, as well as from doctors, case managers, therapists and nurses about the culture of rehabilitation FINR strives to foster.
Sub-Acute Rehabilitation at the Skilled
Medical Rehabilitation Center
@ Florida Institute for Neurologic Rehabilitation, Inc.
Designed to treat individuals 16 years of age and older with brain and neurologic
injuries who are no longer in need of acute hospital care, but continue to be
Able to provide skilled medical care including:
- Coma intervention
- Ventilator care
- Tracheostomy care
- Wound care
- Continuous tube feedings
- Continuous intravenous drip
Adult Post-Acute Rehabilitation Services at the
Florida Institute for Neurologic Rehabilitation, Inc. (FINR)
The foundation of our continuum of care since its inception in 1992.
- A unique and specialized approach to evaluation and treatment of
medically stable, Rancho los Amigo level IV and above individuals.
- Unique treatment environments designed to meet the individual
needs of clients served.
Our Program has the expertise, resources, and experience required to
accurately diagnose and treat the most complex manifestations of
neurologic impairment and dual diagnoses.
Pediatric Post-Acute Rehabilitation and Accredited
Education Program at the Florida Institute for
Neurologic Rehabilitation, Inc. (FINR)
A family-centered approach to rehabilitation.
- Evaluation and treatment of children and adolescents ages 4 to 17.
- Designed to help children successfully re-integrate into the family,
home school district or alternative discharge setting.
Educational Program accredited by the National Council for Private School
Accreditation (NCPSA) in consort with Association of Independent Schools of Florida (AISF).
Supported Independent Living
- Community-based programs in Wauchula, Florida and Sarasota, Florida.
- Community living opportunities combined with meaningful, productive and
therapeutic daily activities.
Quality of Life:
- Community involvement
- Recreation pursuits
- Meaningful vocational activities
- Social support