SERVING FREDERICKSBURG AND ITS SURROUNDING COUNTIES
Brain Injury Services
927 Maple Grove Dr. Suite #107
Fredericksburg, VA 22407
Group Services: Fredericksburg Community Day Program
The Day Program is a client-directed, community-based program that is designed to meet the unique needs of the survivors living in a mixed urban, and rural area. The purpose of the Community Services program is to provide innovative services and supports to empower survivors. We provide a hybrid model with virtual and in person services. Activities are offered Monday through Friday.
The goal of the program is two-fold:
- To provide services that support program members’ individual goals in a group setting.
- Provide opportunities for program members to transition to meaningful and productive activities in their community.
The Day Program has four components:
Independent Living Skills:
We provide a variety of task learning activities, such as:
- Customized living skills practice
- Basic computer & internet skills
- Cooking techniques and workshops
- Health & Nutrition presentations
- Project Design opportunities
- Organizational projects
- Educational & Safety workshops
Social & Peer Support:
We enable survivors to work and learn together with their peers through the following:
- Cognitive game activities
- Social discussion groups
- Restaurant outings
- Recreational events (Movies, Bowling, Picnics)
- Community open houses
- Educational outings
(Community Outings are contingent upon current safety guidelines, please contact us for updates)
Multiple projects and partnerships with local agencies, such as:
- Vocational Transition Program
- Food distribution
- Community gardening
- Animal care
- Donation packets
- Library resource management
- Nature & Wildlife projects
We support the health and well-being of survivors through the following active and restive programs:
- Adaptive yoga
- Guided meditation
- Adaptive exercise classes
- Wellness resource presentations
- A dedicated onsite meditation/stress reduction space for individual use
The Day Program provides access to existing life skills supports outside of the group program schedule on a limited basis. Individual sessions can provide survivors who are unable to fully utilize group activities with short term goal support on an individual basis. Meetings are scheduled by appointment.
Individual sessions provide opportunities for life skills development. Such skills can include, but are not limited to:
- Computer Skills
- Time management
- Culinary Skills
- Travel Training
- Other related skills
Community Services Program members must reside in Fredericksburg City or the counties of Stafford, Spotsylvania, King George, Caroline, Fauquier, and Culpeper County.
- Members must be 18 years of age or older with a documented acquired brain injury.
- Members must be able to manage self-care.
- Members must be able to take medication independently.
- Members must be able to participate with minimal supervision.
- Members must be motivated to make progress toward personal and programmatic goals.
- Members must not pose a threat to the health and safety of the clubhouse.
- Members must have completed a consultation with a Case Manager at Brain Injury Services.
- Remote Attendance: FREE
- In Person Attendance: $1.00 per day
A bill will be mailed to the member/caregiver each month as a reminder for when payments are due. Please send payments to the following address:
Brain Injury Services
Attn: Fredericksburg Day Program Fees 8136 Old Keene Mill Road
Springfield, VA 22152
If a client requests for services or goods to be paid for them by the program, then Financial Eligibility will be determined by the formula provided by the Virginia Department for Aging and Rehabilitative Services. This form will be updated annually and any portion a client is paying will be adjusted accordingly. If a client declines disclosure of the necessary financial information, then he/she will be expected to pay 100% of the service fee.
If a client is receiving Employment Development Services (EDS), the fee for these services will be billed to DARS, Workers Compensation Insurance or other contracted agency. The rate will be determined by annual contract with the Department for Aging and Rehabilitative Services (DARS)
For more information contact the Program Manager:
Phone: 540-785-6122 Ext 102