Admissions Process

At NRI, we take your questions and concerns seriously. Receiving rehabilitation for a TBI may seem complicated at first, but all it requires is a simple connection to begin the admissions process.  A call or email to NRI from a family member, clinician, or even friend can begin the process.

  1. In order for a person to receive inpatient care at NRI, we take the following steps:Our specialists will then collect as much information as possible. We typically require medical records (esp. history & physical, list of current meds, and scans), insurance or other funding information, and contact information for important parties. We will then evaluate this referral for suitability for the next step and advise the appropriate party.
  2. If the candidate meets our criteria, then they will receive an in-person evaluation from one of our brain injury case manager.
  3. Evaluations and medical records will be further assessed by our clinical team, including doctors.
  4. Notification of acceptance or decline. Our brain injury case manager will get in touch with the primary contact and notify them about the status of the case and offer information on appropriate next steps.


Our Admissions Criteria

Every admission is determined on an individual basis, however we only accept patients 18 & over. We review each referral exhaustively in order to be sure that a person can benefit from the type of care we provide.

The People We Serve

At NRI, we serve adults 18 & over who have a traumatic brain injury and/or related neurological disorders. We are unable to receive patients on ventilators.

If someone you know can benefit from the programs at NRI, please contact us at 888-298-4673.

We can help, there is hope for a better life after brain injury

Contact Us

If you or a loved one is suffering from a traumatic brain injury or other neurological disorder, it’s important to seek help immediately. The good news is that brain injuries are treatable—NRI is here to help you regain a life of independence, hope and dignity. Free and confidential consultations are available for all NRI programs. For more information, call 888.298.HOPE (4673) or fill out the form to see how NRI can help today!

  • Where does the patient reside? City and State.

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