Opportunities Unlimited

Rebuilding Lives. One step at a time.

Residential Program Outcomes

Each year Opportunities Unlimited works to improve our level of excellence in all we do and most importantly, improve the lives of those that we serve. With that in mind, each year, we survey our persons served, our staff and evaluate each department.

Residential Individuals Served Demographics

  • 41 individuals were served in the Residential program in 2015
  • 11 Female and 30 Male

According to the Brain Injury Association of America the risk of traumatic brain injury in men is twice the risk in women. Men between 15 and 25 are the group most likely to sustain a brain injury at any age. (www.biausa.org)

Each March Brain Injury Association of America sponsors Brain Injury Awareness Month.

  • 46% - TBI, 22% - ABI, 22%- CP, 2%, 10% Other
  • Age 16-20 2%, Age 21-34 39%, Age 35+ 59%
  • Funding for services: Medicaid 86%, VA 7%, Other 7%

Residential Satisfaction Survey Results 2014

Residential had a 98% occupancy rate
45% Diagnosed with TBI, 22% Diagnosed with ABI, 33% Diagnosed with CP
Medicaid Funding 89%, VA 7%, Other 4%

In 2014, 85% of OU's residential persons reported that in their day-to-day lives they are happy living at OU (Footnote: Persons served indicated that they wished they were living at home or in a more independent setting).

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