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O'Berry Neuro-Medical Treatment Center

Neuro-Medical Treatment

What are Neuro-Medical Treatment Services?

O’Berry provides twenty-four hour medical and nursing care for the people who have profound, severe or moderate mental retardation or a related developmental disability and medical conditions of a serious or chronic nature, which require twenty-four (24) hour medical and nursing care.

A team of professionals will work with the family and the individual to develop a plan of care for medical treatment called a Care Plan and a “person-centered plan” outlining the specific needs and wishes of the person.

Programs are designed to fit the individual's needs, and generally include maintaining and improving health, activities of daily living skills, recreational and leisure activities to  provide and/or enhance each individual’s quality of life and quality of care.

Who is Eligible?

To be eligible for admission to O’Berry, a person must have a diagnosis of profound, severe or moderate mental retardation or a related developmental disability. This condition must have developed before age 22. Also, they must have medical conditions which require 24-hour medical care. The person must not require intensive active treatment or the use of a ventilator.  All admissions are subject to space available in the appropriate living area. No one is denied admission because of inability to pay.

All admissions must be through the Local Management Entity and from our service area.

How to Apply

To make application for Admission contact the Transition Coordinator at 919-581-4527.

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