In our inpatient Encino program, patients will focus on relearning Activities of Daily Living (ADLs) and rebuilding skills for independence in the clinical setting during the day, and at one of two spacious, ADA compliant residences at night and on weekends. In these safe, supportive home environments, clients will practice and master basic life skills needed for life after rehabilitation. They will re-establish daily schedules and living patterns with dedicated staff present 24 hours a day. Located in safe local communities, the homes feature a full service kitchen, garden, safe locked medicine drawer, security system, private rooms, and CNS vans to transfer patients to and from clinical treatment. Our community-based residential settings encourage socialization through group events such as movies, game nights, trips to the grocery store and other activities that foster reintegration – an essential component of brain injury rehabilitation.