referral sources

Thank you for your interest in Krempels Center!  We are pleased to offer innovative programming in a community setting geared specifically toward the needs of brain injury survivors.  We welcome your inquiry and encourage you to provide information about Krempels Center to patients/clients under your care.  The brain injury survivors section of this website offers information about eligibility, benefits, and the membership process.  Please note that we do not require a formal referral to gain access to our services.

Krempels Center programming is designed by professional staff who understand the unique needs of brain injury survivors.  Krempels Center members have the opportunity to provide on-going input into program development.  The Center offers personal development and education opportunities in the following therapeutic areas:

  • Functional and cognitive skill building
  • Social and communication skills
  • Mental health
  • Physical wellness
  • Community connections
  • Creative expression and recreation

In addition, Krempels Center offers:

  • Support with personal goal attainment
  • Assistance connecting with community resources
  • Resources and support for family members

If you would like to make a preliminary contact with us about your client, have specific questions about our program,or would like to request brochures or an inservice, please contact Member Services Coordinator, Sarah Lovell, at 603-570-2026, ext. 20 or email: slovell@krempelscenter.org.

We welcome your visit to our program to learn more, either as a Fireside Chat guest or through a scheduled visit.  

Referral sources are also welcome to accompany their patients/clients on one of their early visits to Krempels Center; at times this can help ease the transition for them and determine if the program is a good fit for their needs.   

 

Click here for more information about how someone becomes a member  

Click here if you would like to have Krempels Center staff and/or members provide an in-service or educational presentation about the program or brain injury in general