Pediatric NeuroRehabilitation Program at Briarwood Milestones

The Pediatric NeuroRehabilitation Program is a part of the University of Michigan Health System’s comprehensive program in neuro-rehabilitation. The program is dedicated to treating children, teens, and their families to promote recovery from, and adaptation to, changes resulting from brain injury or significant neurological disease. Team members strive to combine the family’s knowledge of their child with the team’s expertise in brain injury rehabilitation and work together to achieve the goal of returning the child to participation in home, school and community-based activities. Children and families work with an interdisciplinary treatment team who specialize in the rehabilitation of children following acquired neurological injury or disease. Treatment Team:

  • Occupational Therapy
  • Physical Therapy
  • Psychology/Neuropsychology
  • Case Management
  • Speech-Language Pathology
  • Therapeutic Recreation
  • Special Education/Therapeutic School
  • Specialty Programs