Clearbrook provides occupational, physical and speech therapy from licensed practitioners and assistants to aid in the treatment of individuals with developmental disabilities. Participants receive routine evaluations as well as ongoing individual therapy in private and group sessions which are integrated in the clients’ day program environments. For individuals who have incidences of behavior problems, Clearbrook will work with them to positively enhance their relationship with other people and their surrounding environment.
- Approximately 600 individuals receive Clinical Services
- Behavior services are developed and/or supervised by Board Certified Behavior Analysts
- Clients receive services in the clinic as well as in their home and day program.
- Clinical staff provide training both internally and through workshops and conferences that are open to other professionals as well as the public.
- Clinical staff are employed by Clearbrook, while most other Adult Service Providers contract with outside consultants. Our model allows our clinicians to have more intimate follow-up as well as provide staff training and services to the clients in their home and day program settings.
Clearbrook Ability Center
What is the ability center?
Due to aging and disease progression, the physical needs of our individuals are becoming more complex. When an illness or injury occurs, a rehabilitation stay is often necessary. Frequently, individuals return to Clearbrook with decreased physical or cognitive ability because rehabilitation centers are not trained to interact with individuals with disabilities.
To combat this, we created the ABILITY CENTER. This facility is the first of its kind, setting a new standard of care for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
- A sensory room which includes interactive projections, bubble tanks, and soothing music.
- A physical therapy room filled with essential equipment such as bikes and walking rails.
- An occupational and speech therapy area featuring a mirror for reflection and motivation.
Types of Therapies offered
Focuses on improving mobility and functionality but also enhances overall well-being and fosters independence
Focuses on enhancing functional independence during daily activities, and addresses specific challenges
Addresses communication challenges, fosters improved language skills, and enhances social interactions
Community Mental Health Center (CMHC)
The CMHC serves adults with intellectual/developmental disabilities who have also been diagnosed with a mental illness. The CMHC serves both community members and those who participate in Clearbrook programming.