Specialized Brain Injury Rehabilitation Services
The range of services provided by NCEP includes preadmission evaluation, initial evaluation, day treatment, residential treatment, long-term residential neurobehavioral rehabilitation for veterans, and life skills training. Because programs are tailored to meet the needs of the individual, the length of each program varies, and clients may be involved in a combination of these programs. NCEP offers a variety of work re-entry components, including assessment, career counseling, skill-building workshops, volunteer and competitive placements, and job coaching. As part of NCEP’s commitment to successful community re-entry, a Life Skills Training (LST) program assists clients with the transition from formal treatment to community living. This continuum is practical and directly addresses the needs of those served. NCEP utilizes and values interdisciplinary team functioning, treatment and communication.
In April of 1995, NCEP was awarded its first three-year CARF Accreditation, becoming the first (and only) CARF accredited post-acute brain injury day and residential program in the state of Nevada, and has maintained accreditation since. NCEP meets Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF) accreditation standards for outpatient brain injury programs for adults, children and adolescents, residential brain injury programs for adults and vocational brain injury services for adults; all with a client centered and holistic approach to rehabilitation.
NCEP has maintained a state of the art treatment facility and a modern residential home to ensure fully accessible environments for all persons served. NCEP utilizes a program evaluation system that measures goal attainment, clinical outcomes, effectiveness, efficiency, and satisfaction of persons served, their families/support systems and referral/payer sources. Satisfaction data is obtained and measured via USPEQ (Universal Stakeholder Participation Experience Questionnaire), which is a CARF approved, valid and reliable tool. Reports are generated, analyzed, and performance improvement goals are established based upon data gathered on clinical outcomes, quality of life and independence measures, program satisfaction, safety and other indicators.