Restore Neurobehavioral Center-Roswell has maintained CARF accreditation since 1994. Restore-Lilburn has maintained CARF accreditation since 2010. These two programs are CARF accredited as Residential Rehabilitation Programs: Brain Injury Specialty Program (Adults). CARF is the acronym for Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities. To learn more about CARF visit www.carf.org

Here is what CARF has to say about Restore Neurobehavioral Center-Roswell and Restore-Lilburn:

Restore Health Group…

• “enjoys an excellent and well-deserved reputation for providing quality rehabilitation services. This is reflected in the tributes paid to the organization by those stakeholders interviewed” (2013)
• “has a strong medical and administrative leaders who work well together and has experienced and dedicated staff members who are sincerely invested in creating superior outcomes for the organization’s diverse and complex population”. (2013)
• “is well positioned within the Georgia healthcare community to provide resources for addressing complex behavioral needs. The organization has a well-coordinated and flexible continuum of care for the persons served. The continuity and flexibility of the programs allow for fluid movement in and out of programs that are most appropriately suited for the persons service in the various stages of recovery. In addition, this connection helps to address and support a post-acute care brain injury continuum”. (2013)
• “Individualized program planning includes use of specialized technology, outings, and volunteer work that meets the unique needs of the clients with brain injuries. In addition, lifecycle and cultural events are addressed in each program” (2013)
• “There is strong integration of the family/support systems into the care process. Family issues are systematically integrated within the program” (2013)

CARF found Restore Health Group programs exemplary...

• “The Organization has implemented weekly interdisciplinary pharmacology rounds to discuss medications, sensitivities, adverse reactions, and impact on behavior. Based on the input received, the physician and pharmacist are able to adjust medications as appropriate in a timely manner” (2013)