A Focus on Your Future - Outpatient Services
At Nexday, each person recovering from traumatic brain injury, acquired brain injury, stroke or another neurological condition benefits from a highly personalized program. Services are specifically tailored to the individual's functional abilities, cognitive level, emotional and behavioral health needs, and plans for the future.
Who Can Benefit
Nexday is designed to assist people who:
- Are recovering from brain injury or stroke
- May require short-term outpatient therapies to address a physical, cognitive or behavioral health need
- May be living with chronic pain or a disability that affects general physical health and quality of life, and requires assessment, therapy and counseling services
MCFI's Nexday team works with the client to determine the best approach to rehabilitation, based on the client's unique needs.
- Clinical management
- Medication management
- Behavioral management
- Stress management and coping skill development
- Coping with cognitive fatigue and stimulus overload
- Social interaction skill building
- Restore/improve cognitive functioning
- Restore understanding of abstract or complex language
- Physical therapy
- Occupational therapy
- Speech therapy
- Aquatic therapy
- Music and art therapies
- Horticultural therapy
- Therapeutic recreation
- Therapeutic bathing services
- Aerobic conditioning, physical strengthening or work hardening appropriate to home, work or school environment
- Personal counseling
- Animal assisted therapy
- Developing a support network
- Benefits analysis and counseling services
- Education, support and training for caregivers, families and employers
- Family resources and training
For more information about the Nexday brain health program, please call (414) 431-5409. The Nexday Therapy fax number is (414) 755-7162.
Nexday is located at a newly remodeled campus at 3333 S. Howell Ave., Milwaukee, WI 53207 (Get map). The building, designed specifically for people recovering from brain injury and stroke, is entirely accessible to individuals who use wheelchairs and other assistive devices.