1106 West Dittmar Road
Austin, TX 79745
800-252-5151 or 512-
Boys and Girls
Call admissions department for current tuition.
Short long and outpatient options are available
Texas NeuroRehab Center works with boys and girls ages 8-17 with IQs that fall between 40-90. They may be facing a combination of complex medical, behavioral, social and learning difficulties.
The primary goal of residential treatment for youth is to promote appropriate interaction and behavior to allow for discharge to a less restrictive setting.
Family and friends are involved throughout the treatment process to share effective approaches and meet common goals.
A versatile treatment team works to create individualized, multi-faceted strategies that guide the treatment process. It is through this approach that necessary developmental, psychosocial and independent living skills are learned.
To get help, please contact us at 1-800-252-5151 or 512-444-4835.
You will speak to a trained professional who understands what you are going through. They will listen to your needs and concerns and provide a free confidential assessment. At the completion of your call, we will recommend a course of action for you or your loved one.
▪ Seizure Disorder
▪ Asthma or Respiratory Disorders
Fetal Alcohol Syndrome Disorder - FASD
▪ Genetic Disorders
▪ Learning Disorders
▪ Dual Diagnosis
Insurance is accepted
We are happy to assist you in finding the help you need for your troubled teen or struggling child.
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