A NeuroPraxis brain and spinal cord injury case manager oversees the overall care of the injured participant. He or she will prepare a tailored treatment program that is designed to meet the needs of each specific health, social and emotional need.
People who suffer from brain or spinal cord injuries need a higher level of specialized care than is usually available to them. Brain and spinal cord injury case managers pave the road to recovery to avoid setbacks and breakdowns. Case managers also mitigate risk and prevent regression of skills.
A NeuroPraxis case manager would first assess the participants resources and create a plan of therapies that would achieve their goals. The next step would be to address the family and social-behavioral problems that arise from brain or spinal cord injury. A case manager helps analyze what the participant needs and identifies very specific treatment.