Origami Rehabilitation Expanding, Two Locations to Better Serve the Community

Origami Gets New Name, Logo and Additional Location

Origami has rebranded itself and added a new location.

Origami Brain Injury Rehabilitation Center has changed its name to Origami Rehabilitation. The new name reflects the evolution of diversity of services and programs available to children, adolescents and adults with neurological, developmental, mental health and orthopedic conditions.

Since opening in 1997, Origami began as a residential program specialized in serving adults with traumatic brain injuries, and it gradually expanded to become a multidimensional continuum of care serving children, adolescents and adults. For the past several years, Origami has strategically diversified its population served and maximized access to care for individuals with diagnoses such as stroke, post-concussion syndrome, Parkinson’s, spinal cord injury, cerebral palsy, deficits stemming from brain tumors, aneurysms and more.

“We are excited to use the new name to reach a broader population in need of our expert neuro care and many other services that our team specializes in,” said Tammy Hannah, president and CEO. “Origami has evolved so much over the years; and although neuro will always be our niche, our former name just doesn’t tell our whole story any longer.”

In addition to the new name change, Origami Rehabilitation is adding another location to better serve individuals in need of its services in the community. The new location will offer the same outpatient services available at its Mason location, such as physical therapy, occupational therapy, speech-language pathology, psychiatry, psychology, vocational services and more. The new outpatient clinic will open in June at 137 S. Marketplace Blvd. in Lansing.

“Both of these initiatives will allow us to reach and serve more individuals in need of the services we provide and directly contributes to realizing our vision as we strive to be the leader in maximizing access to innovative services with exceptional results,” said Hannah. “Our team is looking forward to continuing our journey as we make a lasting impact on those we serve by creating opportunities and transforming lives.”

Origami Rehabilitation is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. Origami provides comprehensive rehabilitation for patients with neurological, developmental, mental health, and orthopedic conditions through its residential and outpatient programs. With its compassionate and innovative services, Origami creates opportunities and transforms lives.

For more information, visit origamirehab.org.

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