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"It was so wonderful seeing [Our Brother] in such good health and happy... the last time I saw him was when he was in the hospital and the Doctor said he would always be a vegetable. Sure would like to meet that Doctor again."

"All who know [Our Cousin] were astonished at the miraculous progress he has made at Robin Hill. He looks healthy. He is walking straight and upright. His tremors have subsided. His attention span is better and he is able to carry on more fluent conversations."



   


Programs

Giving people with brain injuries the opportunity to "live again" in a caring, low stimulus environment.

Based upon the belief that no two brain injuries are alike, Robin Hill Farm has been developing a community-based continuum of rehabilitative care for the past 30 years. This concept allows us to offer the potential resident a program that reflects their individual needs, goals and capabilities. The continuum also gives a resident the opportunity to progress through our programs as gains are made. As important, this approach allows the resident to transfer to a more supportive environment, should the need arise. In summary, we believe that a person living with a disability should have the supports necessary to maintain the least restrictive lifestyle possible, while having access to rehabilitation that maximizes a person's true potential.

Robin Hill Farm has 7 programs in three separate locations, all in close proximity to each other. Our maximum client population is 35 across all programs. Each is designed to offer rehabilitation options based upon individual needs.

All programs feature:

  • 24 Hour support or supervision
  • Cognitive rehabilitation services
  • Individual rehabilitation plans
  • Complete room and board
  • Low stimulus environment
  • Typical transportation services

Briefly, in order to be considered for admission into a Robin Hill program, the candidate must:

  • Be diagnosed with a brain injury;
  • Be medically stable;
  • Not be considered a danger to self or others;
  • Require and benefit from 24 hour support/supervision.

By design, we do not have medical or licensed active rehabilitation personnel on staff. We do, however, have a carefully selected group of Physiatrists, Neuropsyschologists, Occupation Therapists, Speech Therapists, Physical Therapists and Neuroopthamologists available to our residents, if required. This approach lets the resident pursue a more normal lifestyle by "going to the Doctor", rather than "the Doctor coming to me". Also, this approach allows us to control costs, by providing these services only when necessary.

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Learn more about each program

We invite you to learn more about each one of our unique programs. Please bear in mind that these programs are either on the main campus, where our offices are, or less than 30 minutes away. Our ownership/management staff is on site and in the programs almost every day.

White House —
The original "Robin Hill" program:
  • On main campus;
  • Capacity of 8 ambulatory residents;
  • Licensed Residential Treatment and Rehabilitation;
  • 24 Hour supervision;
  • Fully sprinkled with integral fire alarm system.

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Blue House —
A barrier free version of the White House:
  • On main campus;
  • Capacity of 8, with 6 living spaces being wheelchair accessible;
  • Features a transitional apartment;
  • Licensed Residential Treatment and Rehabilitation;
  • 24 hour supervision;
  • Fully sprinkled with integral fire alarm system.

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Supported Residential —
Smaller program offering maximum supports:
  • On main campus;
  • Capacity of 4
  • G-tube feeding trained;
  • 24 hour supervision;
  • All living spaces wheelchair accessible;
  • Licensed Residential Treatment and Rehabilitation;
  • Fully sprinkled with integral fire alarm system.

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Meredith House —
Our neighborhood program, offering maximum supports:
  • Located in Hillsborough, 10 minutes from main campus;
  • Capacity of 5
  • G-tube feeding administration;
  • 24 hour supervision;
  • All living spaces wheelchair accessible;
  • Licensed Supported Residential program;
  • Fully sprinkled with integral fire alarm system.

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Summer Street program —
Our in-town location:
  • Located in Peterborough; 30 minutes from main campus;
  • Capacity of 10 overall;
  • 4 apartments, 2 are wheelchair accessible;
  • Main House has 3 wheelchair accessible private rooms, and upstairs transitional living space;
  • Licensed Residential Treatment and Rehabilitation / Certified Community Residence;
  • 24 hour supervision / support;
  • Fully sprinkled with integral fire alarm system.

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WILTON ROAD —
Wilton Road is our newest edition located in Peteroborough, NH in the heart of the Monadnock Region.
  • Residential Treatment and Rehabilitation
  • 5 beds
  • Fully wheelchair accessible/Century Tub/Range Mat
  • 24 hour awake supervision

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