The Olmstead Project: Virginia

Scorecard for Brain Injury Services

Overview

The Department for Aging and Rehabilitative Services recognizes that deficits in non-vocational life areas may adversely affect the ability of a person with a brain injury to gain and/or maintain employment.

Community Support Services (CSS) involve intensive one-to-one education and training to assist a person with a brain injury to live and participate as independently as possible in home, work, and community settings of choice.

Each of the following groups provides the Department of Rehabilitative Services with a quarterly report of how they are serving Virginians with a brain injury in the following areas:

  • Community Impact
  • Independent Living
  • Residential Settings
  • Productive Activity
  • Social/Emotional/Behavioral Health

If you click on the name of the program or the corresponding number on the map, you can find information on the program near you

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