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Looking aHead Program

Organization
Menorah Park
Contact
Debbie Zuchowski, OTR/L
Coordinator
216.839.6685
dzukowski@menorahpark.org
Description
The Looking aHead Program provides pre-vocational/vocational training for persons who have survived brain injury due to car accidents, anoxia, gunshot wounds and other conditions. Looking aHead provides:

  • Pre-vocational/vocational training for persons who have survived brain injury due to car accidents, strokes, anoxia, gunshot wounds and other conditions.
  • Clients must be independent with their personal care, motivated and be able to functionally attend 45-60 minutes with mnimal redirection.
  • For those who have completed traditional in/outpatient rehabilation
  • Classes center on such topics as interpersonal communication, interviewing skills, problem solving skills, and adjustment to disability
  • Participants engage in a broad spectrum of therapeutic projects, including horitcultural therapy
Locations and Times

On-site training, job coaching available in the community

Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays

9:30 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.

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Is a referral required?
Yes
Referral Details?
A verbal referral from the funding source is desired but is not necessary at the time of the intake. However, we must have written authorization from the funding source before initiating services.
Is documentation required?
Yes
Documentation details?
An information packet is completed at the time of intake. We ask that the potential client bring their insurance card(s); name, address and phone numbers of emergency contacts; physician's name, address phone and fax numbers.
Is insurance accepted?
Yes
Insurance details?
Dependent upon insurance provider Fixed per day rate. Third party payment is accepted; Medicaid Waiver; Cuyahoga County Board of Mental Rehabilitation Services Commission (BVR/BSVI); Veterans Administration; Bureau of Workers Compensation, private insurance
Is there a fee structure?
No
Is financial assistance available?
No
More information about this program

Clients must be independent with their personal care, motivated and be able to functionally attend 45-60 minutes with minimal redirection

For those who have completed traditional in/outpatient rehabilitation

Classes center on such topics as interpersonal communication, interviewing skills, problem solving skills, and adjustment to disability

Participants engage in a broad spectrum of therapeutic projects, including horticultural therapy

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