The Edinburg Center provides comprehensive rehabilitation services to individuals with acquired brain injury who live in supervised residential settings. The goal of services is to assist these individuals to return to the highest level of functioning and to achieve the greatest degree of independence possible, while also attaining the highest overall quality of life. All services and supports are tailored to a person’s individualized needs and personal goals in all areas of the individual’s life. Examples of rehabilitation areas addressed include self-care skills, physical care, mobility skills, communication skills, cognitive skills, socialization skills, psychological wellbeing, pain management, and family support. Referrals for Acquired Brain Injury Residential Services are made through the Massachusetts Department of Developmental Services (DDS).
Developmental Disabilities (DD) Residential Services
The Edinburg Center provides a range of services and supports to persons with developmental disabilities who live in supervised residential settings. The major focus for all of their homes is to enhance a person’s opportunity to become a contributing and participating member of his or her community through involvement in recreational, educational, vocational/work and civic activities.
All services and supports are tailored to the person’s individual needs and personal goals. Training in self-help skills, money management, social competencies and household responsibilities are some examples of supports offered in these settings.
Referrals for Developmental Disabilities Residential Services are made through the Massachusetts Department of Developmental Services (DDS).