CARF Programs & Resources

CARF AspireCARF-accredited programs provide:

  • Assurance on the part of persons seeking services that an organization meets internationally accepted standards.
  • Person-focused standards that emphasize an integrated and individualized approach to services and outcomes.
  • Continuous quality improvement through the application of the CARF standards. Outcomes data and patient/stakeholder satisfaction that are collected is utilized to improve programs and services.
  • Management techniques that are efficient, cost-effective, and based on outcomes and consumer satisfaction.
  • Accreditation is a public seal of trust and accountability to stakeholders.
  • Accreditation assures people that an organization is committed to encouraging feedback, continuously improving services, and serving the community.
  • CARF accredited programs involve patients and other stakeholders as participants in planning, selecting, evaluating, and improving the services provided.
  • CARF accredited programs undergo an independent, external review to identify strengths and areas for improvement based on objective expectations and guidelines that are common to all CARF accredited programs.

St. Joseph’s CARF Programs & Resources

Bruce and Deborah Downey Neurorehabilitation Center

St. Joseph’s Outpatient Rehabilitation

Center for Transitional NeuroRehabilitation (CTN)

  • Brain Injury Home and Community Based Rehabilitation Programs (Adults)
  • Brain Injury Home and Community Based Rehabilitation Programs (Children and Adolescents)
  • Brain Injury Vocational Services (Adults)
  • Program Brochure