NeuLife Neurological Services, LLC (“NeuLife”), a Post-Acute Catastrophic Rehabilitation Services organization, announced today it has been awarded CARF Accreditation for its Residential Rehabilitation Program and Traumatic Brain Injury Specialty Program from CARF International, formally known as the Commission for Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities.
“The CARF Accreditation is an official industry recognition that our organization is guided by internationally recognized care standards and best practices. Our onsite survey was comprehensive and included CARF’s evaluation of over 1750 quality standards, NeuLife received Accreditation for each of our 54 beds,” said Robert Bunker, NeuLife’s Chairman and CEO.
CARF Accreditation consists of ongoing consultation and in-depth on-site surveys to help organizations achieve the highest quality of care for their patients. Accreditation is a public statement that NeuLife strives to ensure that our services are of the highest quality in the areas of residential rehabilitation, brain injury rehab, and post acute rehab .
“By pursuing and achieving accreditation, NeuLife has demonstrated that it meets international standards for quality care and is committed to pursuing excellence in all that we do,” said Elmer Perez, NeuLife’s Program Director.
About NeuLife Rehabilitation Services
NeuLife is a Residential Post-Acute Care organization specializing in catastrophic rehabilitation for Traumatic Brain Injury, Spinal Cord Injury and other complex injuries. Its Program includes Physical, Occupational, Speech, Cognitive, Vocational, Counseling, Dietary and Behavioral Services and more. Beautifully situated on 43 acres in Mount Dora, Florida, its facility comprises over 60,000 square feet and 54 private rooms.
About CARF International
CARF International is an independent, nonprofit organization focused on advancing the quality of services an organization needs to use to meet the needs of their patients for the best possible outcomes. CARF provides accreditation services worldwide at the request of the providers. CARF’s goal is to ensure that persons served remain at the center of the service delivery process.