Programs & Services

Lakeview Programs & Services

Lakeview Specialty Hospital & Rehab in Waterford, Wisconsin, and Lakeview NeuroRehabilitation Center in Effingham, New Hampshire, are the primary hubs in our full continuum of care for individuals with neurological, cognitive, and behavioral disabilities. Our programs and services offered at all Lakeview locations are state-of-the-art, focusing on the goals of each individual through the implementation of best clinical practices.

Our programs provide a moderately to highly structured treatment environment with clinical expertise meeting the needs of persons with acquired brain injury, neurodevelopmental conditions, and medically complex care. The goal of each program is to provide a safe and caring environment for each program participant so as to clarify diagnosis, maximize recovery, enhance functional skills, and successfully transition to a less intensive setting through a team-based, person-centered process. Lakeview works closely with families and funders to increase understanding, implement successful strategies, and manage future risks.

Lakeview’s services are also provided to individuals in community-integrated homes or apartments, and Lakeview staff serve as consultants to individuals through their home settings, school districts, or other agencies. Special Education Schools are available at two hub locations, with transition programs for young adults.


Programs & Services

Specialty AcuteSpecialty Acute Care Hospital

Lakeview Specialty Hospital, located in Waterford, Wisconsin, is licensed as an acute care hospital founded to enable individuals with catastrophic injuries and illness, acquired brain injuries, neurobehavioral impairments and other complex medical diagnoses to achieve the highest level of healing and functional independence possible. Located on 80+ acres in a rural community outside of Milwaukee, our peaceful grounds, coupled with tenured, talented and caring staff, lend to the healing process.

  • Long Term Acute Care
  • Coma Recovery Program
  • Neurobehavioral Program
  • Pulmonary/Vent Program
  • 90 Day Assessment & Stabilization



NeurobehavioralNeurobehavioral & Rehab Programs

Lakeview provides highly effective, comprehensive programs addressing neurobehavioral complications and neurorehabilitation needs at our locations in Wisconsin and New Hampshire. Please contact a Lakeview team member to learn more about programs appropriate for an individual’s treatment.

  • NeuroRehabilitation Center
  • Adult Programs
  • Neurobehavioral Program
  • Young Adults (Ages 18-21)



Special EducationSpecial Education Accredited Schools

Lakeview School, located on the campus of Lakeview NeuroRehabilitation Center in the White Mountain region of New Hampshire, is a Private Special Education School and serves students with special needs in grades one through 12, from ages 8 to 21.

  • Advisory Board
  • Wellness Center
  • On-Site School
  • Young Adults (Ages 18-21)



Community IntegratedCommunity Integrated Programs

Lakeview NeuroRehabilitation Center in New Hampshire provides community-integrated transitional and long-term supported living environments for adults (18 and older) with neurobehavioral challenges. Our greater goal is to empower people to live fully, realize their goals, and engage thoroughly in their home lives and communities.

  • Supported Living Environments
  • Residental Support
  • Community Services
  • Vocational Support
  • Community Culture
  • Life Style Opportunities
  • Medical and Mental Health
  • Vocational Opportunities



Rehab at HomeRehab at Home

Lakeview Rehab at Home is an innovative program of rehabilitation care and support delivered in a person’s home and community. Based on a person’s individual needs, the care and services are designed to be highly functional for that individual. Goals are more effectively and efficiently achieved, because they are practiced in familiar environments, from home to community to workplace. Services are offered to persons with:

  • Brain injury
  • Stroke and neurological impairment
  • Complex care issues
  • Alzheimer's disease
  • Atypical development issues
  • Multiple trauma recovery
  • Spinal cord injury
  • Autism, spectrum disorders
  • Dual diagnosis