Caregiver Resources

Neuro-Wellness Network

The following web sites provide information on public and private programs servicing individuals living with brain injury in the greater Boston area, and beyond.  We hope by visiting these sites individuals can find a path to important information for those affected by brain injury.

Greater Boston Area

Community Services

Advocates Brain Injury Services

Residential, community and day services to help each person achieve the greatest level of independence at each stage of recovery.

Community Rehab Care

Community-based outpatient rehabilitation services including therapy, community case coordination and community services.

Neuro-Rehab Management

Case management and life skills coaching to individuals living with a brain injury.

Supportive Living, Inc.

Provides and coordinates specialized brain injury residential programs, long-term wellness programs and education.

Public Programs

Brain Injury Association of Massachusetts | BIA-MA

Support, prevention, education and advocacy.

Statewide Head Injury Program (SHIP)

Community-based services including: case management, social/recreational programs, skills training via regionally-based head injury centers, respite, residential services/programs, and family support services.

     Mass Rehabilitation Commission (MRC) Program Explanation

Video explanation of  MRC waiver program.

     Massachusetts Rehabilitation Commission (MRC) Resources

Beyond Bridges: Traumatic Brain Injuries and Behavioral Health resources

Acquired Brain Injury (ABI) and Moving Forward Plan (MFP) Waivers

Assistance for MassHealth members to move from a nursing facility or long-stay hospital back to their community.

Home and Community Based Waivers

Home and Community Based Services (HCBS) waivers are programs for MassHealth members who otherwise need facility-based care.

Brain Aneurysm Foundation

Promotes early detection of brain aneurysms by providing knowledge and raising awareness of the signs, symptoms and risk factors, and works with medical communities to provide support networks for patients and families, as well as to further research that will improve patient outcomes and save lives.

The SRH Stroke Club

You are invited to attend our monthly meetings. The purpose of this support group is to provide socialization and education for stroke survivors.

Rehabilitation Hospitals

Encompass Health Rehabilitation Hospital of New England

Inpatient and outpatient rehabilitation services.

Spaulding Rehabilitation Network

Rehabilitative care for adults and children.

Northeast Rehabilitation Hospital Network

Inpatient and outpatient rehabilitation services.


American Brain Foundation

Additional Resources

Boston University Aphasia Resource Center

Clinical treatment, learning and support center.

MIT Braintrust

Student run support organization for brain-injury survivors.

Brain Injury Association of America | BIAA

Support, prevention, education and advocacy.

Brain & Life

American Academy of Neurology magazine.


Education and Resources for TBI.

Brain Injury Basics (from BIAA)

Traumatic Brain Injury Resource for Survivors and Caregivers | Northeastern University

New Hampshire Brain Injury programs

Robin Hill Farm

Community-based cognitive rehabilitation in a residential setting.

Krempels Center

Nonprofit organization dedicated to improving the lives of people living with brain injury.

Resource sites and recent information on brain function, injury and the link to physical fitness

COVID-19 Resources


Exercise and Brain Injury


Supports and Barriers to Exercise for Adults Living with Brain Injury in a Supportive Community Setting: An Exploratory Study