Specializing solely in post-acute brain injury since 1982

Transitional Learning Center, Lubbock – New Facility

 

The Transitional Learning Center in Lubbock (TLC), a post-acute brain injury rehabilitation center, will break ground on a new facility next week, Monday, July 30, 2018 from 2pm to 4pm. The new building site is located to the north of Trust Point Hospital at 1808 North Quaker Avenue.


Texas State Senator Charles Perry will join TLC’s Board Chairman Ross Moody, Medical Director, Dr. Roger Wolcott, MD, and Program Director, Cindy Cypert along with other Lubbock regional leaders of the medical field, to mark the construction of a 5-acre residential rehabilitation unit. To celebrate the ground breaking, Trust Point Hospital will provide complimentary refreshments, and a local band will play live music at the site.


TLC provides the only brain injury and spinal cord injury program targeting transitional living for patients in the Lubbock and surrounding regions, including Midland and Odessa, Abilene, El Paso, and Amarillo, Texas, as well as areas throughout New Mexico. TLC has provided neurocognitive treatment for patients for over 10 years in these regions. The state-of-the-art facility will allow TLC to serve a greater number of brain injury and spinal cord injury patients in the Lubbock region by enlarging the capacity to grow from 16 to 24 total residential beds, which include eight on-campus apartments. The facility will also showcase several advanced therapeutic equipment devices, such as the InMotion Bionic Robotic Arm, Electrical Stimulation Bike, and driving simulator. Additionally, the facility will contain a 4,200 square foot gym.


TLC is working with Condray Design Group and Lee Lewis Construction, Inc. for the design development and construction of the new facility.


The Transitional Learning Center: Established in 1982, a not for profit, offering post-acute brain rehabilitation and long term supported living in Galveston and Lubbock, TX. TLC offers a broad range of treatment for survivors of traumatic brain injury. Please visit www.tlcrehab.org to learn more about our dedicated staff and programs.