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Person Centered Approach


Community Integration Program

Our Community Integration Program is centered on social, intellectual, vocational, leisure interest, and needs of each resident. DVRC’s experienced team of professionals is focused on helping each individual reach his or her optimum potential in the community. As a part of the Community Integration Program, residents work toward returning home in support of a more independent living for all persons with brain injury.

Aspects of Community Integration Program:

  • Therapeutic
  • Educational
  • Recreational
  • Structured Day Programming


  • Cognitive Rehabilitation therapy
  • Behavioral Therapy
  • Occupational Therapy
  • Physical Therapy
  • Speech Therapy

Additional Services:

In an effort to provide our residents with the highest level of care, DVRC offers a variety of outpatient services to cover all aspects of rehabilitation. These services are provided on-site by a third party provider.

These services include:

  • Therapeutic Consulting
  • Physical and Occupational Services
  • Supports Coordination
  • Pharmaceutical Services
  • Nurse Practitioner
  • Primary Care Physician
  • Podiatrist
  • Nutritionist
  • Dentistry & More

Admission Criteria

Delaware Valley Residential Care is committed to establishing clear guidelines for acceptance and various circumstances for discharge from our program.  All submissions and admissions are subject to review by DVRC prior to program acceptance.  Please contact us for additional information.


  • Traumatic Brain Injury or Acquired Brain Injury
  • Active Waiver or Private Pay (Change to Active Medicaid Waiver and Private Pay)
  • Over 18 years of age
  • Active Insurance
  • Medically Stable
  • No Severe Behavioral Issues

Discharge from ourHome and Community Based Program

  • If the resident is a sever danger to himself and/or others.
  • If DVRC determines that the resident’s medical or psychological functional level requires a higher level of care that DVRC cannot provide.
  • If meeting the needs of the residents would require a fundamental alteration to the program and/or the physical plant.
  • If the resident has failed to pay after reasonable documented efforts to obtain payment.
  • If documented repeated violations of the home rules occur by the resident.
  • If DVRC relocation is necessary.

Person Centered Approach

Definition: A set of values, skills and tools used in Person Centered Planning and in the personalization of services used by people who need support by social or healthcare.


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