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The Clubhouse


The Clubhouse is an innovative program that promotes personal success and self-sufficient living for people who experience disability following brain injury.

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Program Focus

The most common type of patients seen are those who have sustained a traumatic brain injury as a result of a motor vehicle accident, fall, assault or gunshot wound. Other required brain injuries, including stroke, tumors and seizure disorders are also treated. We accept individuals 14 - 18 years of age, who have experienced a traumatic brain injury and have a family support system. We assist in exploration of services and resources on a local and state basis once in the program.

Special Program Features

The community-based Clubhouse model is founded on the principle of peer support, consumer direction, and individual needs. We recognize that each person has skills that make them an important contributor to the community. By focusing on abilities rather than disabilities, the program provides a strong emphasis on skill acquisition and role restoration for each member. Group activities help members assist each other in accomplishing skills and improving awareness in a peer-supported manner.

Certified brain injury therapists organize group programs, cognitive rehab therapy and long-term support for participants as life situations arise. An individual service plan helps each member identify necessary resources within the clubhouse and community, and develop incremental goals in critical areas such as living situation, self-care, vocation, education, socialization, transportation, and finances.

Have More Questions?

For additional information or to make an appointment, please call 1-800-CALL MOSS.

Traumatic Brain Injury Facilities

Jefferson Moss-Magee Rehabilitation - Clubhouse

7612, Dungan Rd, Philadelphia, PA 19111

Office: (215) 745-5093

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