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Head Injuries


Head Injuries

Care for patients with head injuries generally involves a two-week or longer period of residence at the BCOM for persons 18 years and older who are at tertiary level status. Patients are housed on all three floors of the BCOM facility, with 12-16 patients per floor receiving care and treatment by our professional staff 24-hours per day, 7-days per week.

Treatment for head injury patients focuses on issues such as anger management, impulse control, and dealing with depression.

The primary goal of the treatment program at the BCOM is to promote personal independence, thereby, enabling our patients to return to a normal daily life routine as soon as possible. We recognize that many head injury patients need some form of ongoing assistance beyond residential treatment like that provided by the BCOM. Therefore, we work closely with appropriate third parties throughout the admissions and treatment process to ensure a smooth transition after the patient’s discharge from the BCOM.

Hallmarks of our approach include: 

  • Screening of potential patients to ensure the ongoing safety of all other BCOM patients

  • Creation of a unique treatment program for each patient, based on a sensitive, thorough admissions process

  • Formation of a treatment team for each patient, including doctors, nurses, activity therapists, social workers, and other technicians

  • Use of various patient groups, both to facilitate therapy and to encourage patient interaction 
    and independence

  • Medication to supplement a holistic treatment approach

  • Supplementing daily activities (e.g. crafts, exercise) with educational experiences, designed 
    to inform the patient about his or her condition and to promote progress after discharge from 
    the BCOM

The Behavioral Center of Michigan

Our Programs
Head Injuries
Affective Disorders
Day Treatment
Crisis Intervention

The Behavioral Center of Michigan is accredited by the Joint Commission for the highest national standards for safety and quality of care and is committed to continually improving patient care.

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