The road to recovery and community living can be a difficult part of the journey that many brain injury survivors face. In this webinar, participants will learn about the various levels of care within a brain injury residential program. We will review the steps an individual might take along the continuum, the assessment and treatment approaches, and the benefit of having an interdisciplinary team that can lead to successful outcomes. Case examples of individuals who have moved from the most restrictive setting along the continuum to the least restrictive setting will be used to illustrate the processes.


  • Review the levels and continuum of care in a residential setting
  • Discuss assessment and treatment approaches for individuals with brain injuries
  • Highlight success stories

Presented by Kathleen Law, BA, CBIST, Senior Director

Kathleen Law is senior director of Bancroft NeuroRehab’s Central Jersey programs, where she oversees outpatient, home and community neurorehabilitation services for the organization’s Brick and Plainsboro locations. Law earned her undergraduate degree from Rutgers University. She is a certified brain injury specialist trainer and a member of the Brain Injury Alliance of New Jersey. Law is actively involved in planning Bancroft NeuroRehab programs and activities.

Kristin Lukianovich, Director of Case Management and Day Services

Kristin Lukianovich oversees the Case Managers and Outpatient Day Services in Bancroft NeuroRehab’s South Jersey Programs. Kristin came to Bancroft in 2006 as a Case Manager and has had experience in Clinical Management, Finance, and Senior Case Management. Kristin is actively involved in committees and work groups. Kristin earned her undergraduate degree in psychology from West Chester University.

June 20, 2023

12:00 PM
Presented by
Kathleen Law &
Kristin Lukianovich

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