Established in 1982, The Transitional Learning Center at Galveston (TLC) is considered a “pioneer” in the field of brain injury treatment and rehabilitation.  TLC provides survivors of brain injury with the special cognitive rehabilitation needed by addressing those cognitive deficits that impact an individual’s outcome and quality of life while offering the medical services sometimes needed to achieve the highest degree of function possible.

TLC’s not-for-profit mission is three-fold, encompassing treatment, research and education in the field of post-acute brain injury rehabilitation.

With facilities in Galveston and Lubbock, Texas, both programs offer patients the opportunity to engage in real life activities through the community.  TLC Galveston is located in the heart of a charming, historic neighborhood, complete with beautiful Victorian homes and palm trees, yet only a short walk to the University of Texas Medical Branch (UTMB Galveston) hospital and clinics and the delights of the beach.  Our Lubbock facility is located in the heart of Lubbock’s medical district only a short distance from Covenant Lakeside Hospital and University Medical Center and a short distance from Texas Tech University and beautiful Maxey Park.

This blog is a service of the Transitional Learning Center (http://tlcrehab.org/).  This blog is to be used solely for general informational and educational purposes.   It should not be used in the place of services of a licensed medical/health professional regarding your personal health.  Nor should any information posted on this blog be taken as personal medical/health advice or be used in place of professional medical/health advice or services.  Please see your physician or other health professional regarding any medical/health issues you may have.

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