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Nexus’ outpatient rehabilitation services support individuals throughout their journeys

Outpatient therapies, medical services, and behavioral health that change lives

After a serious injury, debilitating illness, behavioral or mental health condition, or developmental disorder, Nexus can help restore an individual’s confidence with rehabilitative therapies. While some require around-the-clock care, others can receive the support they need in an outpatient setting.

Nexus offers a number of therapies designed to improve psychological, physical, and behavioral well-being. Physical, occupational, neurobehavioral, cognitive, recreational, and speech therapy can help a person regain confidence and function. The precise combination of therapeutic approaches depends on a person’s unique needs, which is why our interdisciplinary team of clinicians develops a personalized treatment plan for every patient.
 
Through training and education, we equip individuals, guardians, and families with the skills they need to continue the healing process at home or in non-hospital settings. At Nexus, we go beyond rehabilitation — we’re mending minds.

Nexus programs that offer outpatient rehabilitation services

For most people, recovery from an injury, illness, or condition doesn’t end at discharge — especially if there are lifelong challenges ahead. It continues at home with the application of therapeutic techniques learned at Nexus facilities. To support continued healing, our interdisciplinary teams often prescribe outpatient rehabilitation — such as neurobehavioral, occupational, physical, recreational, and speech therapy.

Integrated healthcare programs for all

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Harbor Program
Rehabilitative and ongoing medical care after complex injuries or illnesses

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True North Program
Residential treatment for behavioral challenges and co-occurring medical needs

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New Directions Program
Treatment for autism and other neurodevelopmental disorders

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Rise Program
Rehabilitation and ongoing medical care after neurological injury, illness, or disorder

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What are pediatric outpatient services?

Outpatient services include medical, psychiatric, behavioral, and therapeutic treatments for children, adolescents, young adults, and adults who do not need to live full-time in a hospital setting. At Nexus, several rehabilitative therapies are offered on an outpatient basis, including:

Outpatient Physical Therapy

Physical therapy improves outcomes of many different conditions, including injury and illness. Physical therapists train patients with exercises that restore strength, dexterity, flexibility, range of motion, and balance. Exercises may include functional movements, such as walking, standing, and balancing, or transitional movements like sitting to standing.

Outpatient Occupational Therapy

Occupational therapy helps patients regain the ability to perform daily skills, such as brushing one’s hair, getting dressed, preparing meals, walking to school, or arranging a social gathering. Nexus clinicians develop personalized rehabilitative plans based on the patient’s unique needs, interests, and lifestyle goals.

Outpatient Occupational Therapy

Occupational therapy helps patients regain the ability to perform daily skills, such as brushing one’s hair, getting dressed, preparing meals, walking to school, or arranging a social gathering. Nexus clinicians develop personalized rehabilitative plans based on the patient’s unique needs, interests, and lifestyle goals.

Outpatient Speech Therapy

Through speech therapy, patients regain oral function, including communication, chewing, and swallowing. Speech therapists help children learn (or re-learn) to produce sound, understand language, express themselves, and control oral-motor function.

For some, outpatient services occur at the end of what we call the neurocontinuum of care. A patient with a brain injury, for example, may require intensive care followed by an evolving program of inpatient treatment, after which they may be discharged and prescribed continued outpatient rehabilitation. For others, rehabilitation begins with outpatient services. The timing and combination of clinical approaches depends on the specific needs of each patient.

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