Individuals using TLS services should expect services to decrease as the individual’s skills increase. Brain injury independent living support in Kansas is designed to help you return to independence as smoothly as possible.
Providing the Tools to Live Independently
Minds Matter, LLC and its team of functional therapists utilize the Transitional Living Skills (TLS) Program to help individuals regain self-sufficiency after brain injuries.
Through personalized plans—created through direct consumer input—our highly trained staff helps consumers learn the skills needed to resume independent living.
With an abundance of educational, occupational, and skills-based resources available, this program works to ensure that individuals have the necessary capabilities to live, work, and play in their communities.
Goals of Transitional Living Services
Minds Matter, LLC and its TLS staff collaborate with individuals, and their functional therapy team, to implement strategies specific to their current challenges and long-term goals. Because each individual and their experiences are unique, the goals and milestones included in a person’s plan will vary. However, some common goals and activities among individuals in the TLS program include:
Creating a budget
Learning to drive
Completing educational goals
About Minds Matter
For over 30 years, Minds Matter has focused on people being in charge of their own lives as they rehabilitate from a brain injury.
We firmly believe in putting the individual at the center of each decision and interaction. Based on our experience, this method has allowed more consumers to thrive and lead fulfilling lives on their own terms.
Frequently Asked Questions
The length of an individual’s TLS services will vary significantly depending on the individual. Our transitional living services are designed to assist people in attaining their goals, getting connected to the community, and, eventually, getting to where an individual can live successfully without us.
Yes. Minds Matter, LLC offers an extensive network of brain injury independent living support in Kansas to assist individuals in finding safe and comfortable housing throughout the state.