Quickly approaching its first anniversary since opening, the Center for Comprehensive Services Orlando at Avalon Park has featured great success since beginning operation on April 22 last year. In partnership with MENTOR ABI, CCS Orlando has been one of the newest facilities in the MENTOR network, offering a variety of rehabilitative and supportive services for people suffering from brain and spinal cord injuries.
CCS Orlando at Avalon Park is one of five CCS facilities throughout Florida. Other locations include Tampa, Lutz, Sarasota, and St. Augustine. The facilities provide neuropsychological assessment, physical therapy, occupational therapy, speech language pathology, dietary consultation, specialized nursing care, physician coverage and individual and family counseling for victims of brain and spinal cord injuries, as well as their loved ones.
The Avalon Park facility is licensed for brain and spinal cord rehabilitation, and is part of a fully-inclusive medical community in southeast Orange County. Housed in the Keith A. Ewing Medical Building, the rehabilitation facility is part of a 1,860-acre neighborhood that offers myriad events and entertainment options for patients. When not utilizing MENTOR’s therapy services, patients and residents can enjoy retail shopping, a wide variety of restaurants, parks, movie theaters, and some of Florida’s top schools.
Avalon’s convenient location makes the facility easily accessible to and from downtown Orlando, the University of Central Florida, and Orlando International Airport.
For additional information about CCS Orlando at Avalon Park, visit the MENTOR Web site atwww.thementornetwork.com or for specific information on the services offered at CCS, email Deb Kilgore at email@example.com. Information is also available by phone at (321) 354-0023.