Wilson Workforce and Rehabilitation Center (WWRC), operated by the Virginia Department for Aging and Rehabilitative Services (DARS), provides medical and vocational rehabilitation services to address the comprehensive needs of clients who have the potential to improve independence and employability.
Medical rehabilitation services are available for individuals with physical and cognitive disabilities, such as those related to spinal cord injury, stroke, traumatic brain injury or other neurological or orthopedic conditions. Comprehensive treatment programs are coordinated by a medical case manager and may include a vocational evaluation. WWRC also provides assistive technology services for DARS referred individuals.
Rothrock Hall, which is housed in the Medical Rehab/Nursing Unit, is available for clients 18 years of age and older, who require a residential option while in a comprehensive rehabilitation program. The Medical Rehab/Nursing Unit accommodates clients that need nursing and attendant care under the direction of the WWRC Physician.
Medicare, Medicaid, and other funding sources, including private and third party, are accepted for medically necessary evaluation and therapy services. Residential room and board may be funded by the Department of Rehabilitative Services (DRS).
Outpatient Clinics consist of team evaluations to determine appropriate recommendations and resources needed to improve a person’s independence. Clinic teams may recommend added medical rehabilitation services to optimize a client’s functional abilities.
The following clinics are offered:
Phone: 800-345-9972, Ext. 5403327065, or 540-332-7065 | TTY 800-811-7893