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About Us

Neuro-Rehab Management, Inc. (NRM) was founded in 1988 by a group of professionals who shared a vision of offering highly specialized community-based services.  For over 30 years, NRM’s dedicated team has been providing case management and community support services to meet the unique needs of individuals living with a brain injury, neurologic illness, or other neuromuscular condition.  


NRM’s first case was from the Department of Education.  Over the years, NRM has worked with many different funding sources including Merrimack Valley Goodwill, Kemper Insurance, the Nursing Home Initiative, the Multiple Sclerosis Society and Commonwealth Care Alliance, as well as privately funded clients.   


In 1989, NRM became a certified vendor of the state and began working with the Statewide Head Injury Program providing case management and community support services to hundreds of individuals in Massachusetts living with a traumatic brain injury.  In 1995, NRM also became the recipient of a HUD/McKinney Grant to provide case management services to homeless individuals with brain injuries.


Most recently, NRM became a provider for the Wounded Warrior Project’s Independence Program.  This relationship has allowed us the opportunity to provide case management and community support services to post 9/11 veterans throughout the country.


In 2018, NRM celebrated thirty-years of providing community-based case management services.  As NRM continues to grow, we are constantly looking for new provider relationships through which to continue our mission of assisting individuals in making positive changes in their lives.    


Our staff consists of experienced professionals educated in a range of specialties including social work, education, counseling, mental health, and rehabilitation counseling.  Many of our staff are certified brain injury specialists.  Our staff develop individualized plans and facilitate a client centered approach.  Staff are skilled in developing resources to meet specialized needs. 

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