In July of 2020, ReMed and Learning Services came together to form Collage Rehabilitation Partners. Collage continued to expand its continuum of services by acquiring Tree of Life in Virginia and the former Restore program in Georgia and rebranding that program as Learning Services. Collage Home & Community Rehabilitation Partners expanded from the original two programs in Texas and California through acquisition in Colorado and organic growth in Georgia and South Carolina.
For over 35 years, ReMed’s continuum of services has provided exceptional treatment programs with treatment plans that are tailored to meet the needs of the individual, their families and financial partners. Our comprehensive approach supports the people we serve by providing resources to overcome the challenge of neurologic injury – and rebuild lives that are meaningful and productive for the individual.
With locations in Louisiana, Maryland, New Jersey and Pennsylvania our residential environments are designed to deliver comprehensive therapy in real-world settings. Comprehensive neurorehabilitation, neurobehavioral treatment and supported living programs take place in intensive therapeutic environments and functional rehabilitation to meet the needs of individuals with neurologic injuries.
Outpatient, Community and Day Treatment programs in New Jersey and Pennsylvania, provide rehabilitation and support in our clinic sites and an individual’s home and community.
For over 25 years, Tree of Life has provided exceptional programming with treatment plans that are focused on delivering therapies that restore maximum function and provide individuals with interventions, structures and support necessary to maximize independence. Our comprehensive approach places emphasis on maximizing independence, quality of life and providing resources for return to the community and a meaningful life.
Our campus-based location in Virginia includes three large 8-bed homes. And for individuals who are ready to practice independent living skills, we have a home next door to the campus which is utilized for community re-entry and independent living. Comprehensive neurorehabilitation and supported living programs take place intensive therapeutic environments and functional rehabilitation to meet the needs of individuals with neurologic injuries.