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Adult Brain Injury

Adult Brain Injury (ABI) providers are licensed by the Louisiana Department of Health and Hospitals, Health Standards Section (HSS).

There are three provider types:
Residential - A facility publicly or privately owned providing a rehabilitative treatment environment that serves four or more adults who suffer from brain injury and at least one of whom is not related to the operator. Services include personal assistance or supervision for a period of 24 hours continuously per day preparing the clients for community integration.

Community Living - A home or apartment, publicly or privately owned, providing a rehabilitative treatment environment that serves one to six adults who suffer from brain injury and at least one of whom is not related to the operator, in a home or apartment setting preparing the clients for community integration.

Outpatient - A facility, publicly or privately owned, providing an outpatient rehabilitative treatment environment that serves adults who suffer from brain injury and at least one of whom is not related to the operator in an outpatient day treatment setting in order to advance the individual’s independence for higher level of community or transition to a greater level of independence in community or vocational function.

 

Links

 

The Office of Public Health (225) 342-8954 (to request recommendation for licensure from sanitarian services).

Contact Information

Marian Tate, RN, BSN, Medical Certification Program Manager
(225) 342-6446
(225) 342-0157
Marian.Tate@la.gov