Day and Evening Programs

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The Hickok Center for Brain Injury’s Structured Day Program is designed for people over the age of 18 who have sustained a brain injury or other neurological challenges. Participants learn compensatory strategies to help build strengths in areas such as: concentration and memory, organizational skills, task completion, etc. Each month, participants plan the calendar of events that include community outings, art therapy, adaptive yoga, wood working, music therapy, physical therapy & cognitive communication–just to name a few. Other participants enjoy activities such as schedule planning, ASL and record keeping. In the flexible pace of the environment, participants have time to develop functional living skills, social confidence and friendships. Many of these activities and more are chosen by participants and staff to assist and support community re-integration and independence in daily living.

The Hickok Center has recently extended it’s Evening Programming. We are now offering Evening Programming from 3pm-8:30pm.


Participants come to the Hickok Center with specific short and long term goals for recovery and beyond. Through participation in chosen Center activities, each participant works on his or her goals toward achieving individual outcomes. Graduate level Speech Therapy, Physical Therapy and Art Students from Nazareth College have been a significant part of the Hickok Center for several years and support participants in communication challenges, physical therapy goals and expressing themselves through art therapy.

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Activities required for maintaining and planning for the organization, such as building maintenance, meal planning, purchase and preparation are only a few of the responsibilities shared among participants and the small core group of staff. Regardless of the activity, the focus is on facilitating the independence of participants.


For an admission application or more information, please contact Lauren Kane, Director of Programming at (585) 271-8640 or at

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