BRAIN Program 2024

BRAIN Program 2024

Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta offers an intensive one-week program for teenagers with acquired brain injuries (ABI). This experience is designed to address the teens’ needs related to transition to adulthood. Key skills for adult transition will be addressed, including communication, goal setting, connection to resources, self-management, and health and wellness.

Participants will receive a personalized assessment of their progress toward their post-high school career goals. Peer coaches and interns from local universities are an integral part of the program and contribute to increased social interaction opportunities for participants.

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The program curriculum includes:

  • Goal-setting and problem-solving skill training
  • Training on 7 Habits of Highly Effective Teens
  • Vocational Resources and job/college interview experience
  • Leisure, Fitness, and Wellness
  • Communication skills training
  • Use of technology for self-management
  • Information on our Driver Rehabilitation Program
  • Parent and caregiver support group and resources
  • Post-program follow-up

To be eligible for participation, patients must:

  • Have a diagnosis of ABI
  • Be 6 months post-injury or post-diagnosis of ABI
  • Between the ages of 14 and 21
  • Have transportation to and from the program each day


Program Dates: June 3 - 7, 2024 or July 22 - 26, 2024

Program Times: 9:00 am to 4:00 pm


Scottish Rite Hospital - The Hope and Will Recreational Room

1001 Johnson Ferry Road NE Atlanta, GA 30342

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Contact Information

Contact Katie Brown by phone at 404-785-5803 or by email at for more information about the B.R.A.I.N. Program and brain injury services offered at Children’s.