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Yvonne van Bochove, PT, DPT, MA, CBIS

Rehabilitation Supervisor

Yvonne van Bochove is the  Rehabilitation Supervisor for Bancroft NeuroRehab in Central Jersey. Currently, she is responsible for day-to-day operations for physical-occupational and speech therapies related to residential- and out-patients. In addition to supervisory duties,  van Bochove provides treatment to adults who were diagnosed with a brain injury as well as individuals with complex neurological diagnoses. Treatments are provided at the Day Program as well as in home environment. Van Bochove’s career in rehabilitation spans over 30 years and a wide variety of settings and roles as a clinician and management. She has spent time in acute rehab, sub-acute, skilled nursing facilities, home care, as well as school based therapy. Van Bochove also spent time in her own private practice. Van Bochove received her Bachelor’s of Science in Physical Therapy from the Institute of Physical Therapy  in the Netherlands; a Master’s degree in Human Services Administration from Rider University and a Doctorate degree of Physical Therapy from Rutgers Medical School (formerly UMDNJ). She is currently enrolled in a Master’s degree program in Applied Psychology, Applied Behavior Analysis at Rider University and plans to graduate in 2022.  van Bochove is affiliated with Mercer County Community College as adjunct faculty, in their PTA program and is a credentialed clinical instructor for PT and PTA students. She is a certified brain injury specialist trainer, a brain injury fundamentals teacher  and certified Pilates instructor.

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