The Radford University Brain Injury Center (RUBI) organizes monthly community outings

The Radford University Brain Injury Center (RUBI) recently visited the Glencoe Museum in Radford, Virginia. Each month speech language pathology graduate clinicians plan and organize an outing with supervision and support from the RUBI directors. The outings aim to increase socialization and interaction of the group members with our community. We have enjoyed community experiences on campus at RU including bowling, the art museum, and the planetarium, and in the community we have toured Lane Stadium at Virginia Tech and visited the Radford Public Library.

The Radford University Brain Injury Center (RUBI) was created to increase life participation for brain injury survivors with cognitive and/or communication impairments while educating and training pre-professional health care students.  This center provides comprehensive cognitive-communication speech language pathology services beyond the post-acute rehabilitation phase, to this medically underserved population in the New River Valley.   Services include individual and group speech language pathology intervention as well as expanded group offerings that incorporate a variety of activities that promote the social, communication and cognitive needs unique to brain injury survivors.  If you have questions regarding this program please contact Terri Shelor or Rebecca Epperly  

Mar 1, 2023
Diane Shepard
540 831 7734