Opportunities Unlimited’s Neurobehavioral Residential program is 5-bedroom residential home serving individuals with a brain injury diagnosis as they learn skills needed to integrate into their communities and successfully transition home. The neurobehavioral residential team focuses on teaching strategies and skills for independent living and community integration, while supporting and managing neurobehavioral challenges of the individual.
Opportunities Unlimited’s Neurobehavioral residential home provides person-centered care to individuals with a brain injury who require residential services and display behaviors that limit their ability to return home. Brain injury Specialists provide a structured program focusing on neurobehavioral supports and services to individuals. This goal-driven program is individualized to allow all persons served to work on skill building in multiple areas needed to ensure a successful transition to their home and communities.
The Oakshire neurobehavioral home is located in a residential area in Sioux City, Iowa. The home is fully accessible for individuals of all mobility levels, allowing them to thrive in a home environment supporting their independence. The home includes 5 bedrooms which each have their own half bath, a large bathroom with a whirlpool tub and shower, staff office, a recreational room, a large living room area, dining room, an accessible kitchen, laundry facilities, and access to Opportunities Unlimited’s community center for further rehabilitative services.
All referrals are reviewed on a case-by-case basis by the Admissions and Discharge team to identify appropriateness of the individual for this program.