Bancroft NeuroRehab provides a wide array of residential rehabilitation options to meet the needs of adults with acquired brain injuries and neurological conditions.
Residents benefit from the continuity of therapy at Bancroft NeuroRehab centers to applying newly acquired skills at home and in the community. As needs and abilities change over time, so, too, should the level of support provided. Clients seamlessly transition through our residential options and levels of support as their needs and abilities change over time.
Residential options include contemporary and accessible group homes and apartments in attractive communities in central and southern New Jersey.
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