Brain Injury

PFH Employment Services offers associates specialized in meeting the needs of people who have a brain injury. Using a team approach, individuals will work with family and friends, referring counselor and/or service coordinator, and PFH team members.

Vocational Services:

  • Specially designed vocational planning
    • Assessments of vocational goals consider the unique needs of people who have experienced a brain injury
  • Job Placement
    • One-on-one support is available throughout the job placement process including intervention with employers regarding accommodations that might be needed
  • Coordination with other community agencies and organizations
  • Ongoing support once a person is working, which may include:
      • Job coaching and/or on-the-job training
      • Assistance with developing the necessary accommodations and work-site supports to ensure employment success
      • Brain Injury training for employers
      • Assistance with benefits planning

Support Services:

  • Extended Follow Along Services
      • Continuous employment support is provided, as needed, to enhance employment retention.
  • Pre-vocational Training
      • Prior to placement services, an individual may receive job training skills through class time and job site training. Therefore,  increasing the chance for employment success.
  • Transitional Home-Community Support
      • Case Management services provide training and practice with activities related to developing the skills for successful independent living and maintaining a household.
  • Brain Injury Support Groups
      • Weekly and monthly support groups and socials facilitate development of support networks for survivors, family members and caregivers
  • Socialization Skills Training
      • These instruction courses are designed to provide group training in a classroom and/or community setting. For instance, socialization classes could include: managing frustration, assertiveness training, improving relationships, and basic social skills.
  • Special Instruction
      • These tutoring courses are designed to provide one-on-one and group assistance in a classroom setting. For example, special instruction classes could include: one-handed typing, written driver exam, help with college courses, and GED.
Further information, or to find out how to enroll in one of our programs, please contact one of our Employment Services locations (listed below).

4 locations offer Brain Injury