Our programs allow those with brain injuries to regain the support necessary to recover to the extent that they are able.
Though each of our members is experiencing different levels of function regarding vision, speech, balance, and cognition, they are all able to benefit a variety of our programs, and contribute to our organization by acting as a source of support and strength for each other.
Through our Day Program, we work with our members to encourage their physical, cognitive and behavioral recovery. Classes such as yoga and dance help promote physical balance and strength, while classes such as brain work out, memory, and communication skills promote cognitive function and memory improvement. Each day consists of different classes and members may choose whichever classes and activities they wish to participate in. Opportunities in the Day Program can enhance quality of life and overall independence. Participation also benefits families and caregivers by providing a safe, supportive environment for loved ones during the day. Membership provides invaluable respite, resulting in better care and healthier relationships.
Family & Caregiver Support Program
Jodi House’s Family and Caregiver Support Program provides a lifeline of information and referrals regarding services including continued education, vocational training and support groups, as well as support to family, friends, caregivers, and brain injury survivors who are not involved in our day programs. Feel free to visit Jodi House or give our staff a call at (805)563-2882 ext. 3 for more information.
Immersion Services Program
Jodi House collaborates with the California State Department of Rehabilitation to provide pre-vocational training to brain injury survivors who wish to return to the workforce. Participants learn how to build a personal profile, write a resume, effectively interview and search for jobs or volunteer opportunities online. Our staff is trained to teach the skills necessary to go back to work while also having extensive experience with brain injury.