PATBI clients are individuals a with acquired or traumatic brain injury.
The PATBI program provides advocacy to persons with TBI and to enhance and improve access to services, including providing training for self-advocacy.
The PATBI program provides assistance to individuals with traumatic brain injuries. These services include: advice/counsel; support in pursuing administrative remedies; technical assistance; investigation and monitoring; negotiation/mediation; direct legal representation; training; and information/referral. There is no charge for our services.
OCTOBER 1, 2015 to SEPTEMBER 30, 2018
Julie Michaels Keegan, Esq.
Ensure that individuals with Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) will be afforded meaningful access to the New York State TBI Waiver program, Nursing Home Transition and Diversion (NHTD) Waiver, and other supports and services.
Conduct outreach, education and provide technical assistance to ensure that individuals, including individuals in underserved communities, throughout New York State know about DRNY, the P&A system, and can access appropriate services for individual with TBI.