Rehabilitation Facilities in Indiana

Because of the large number of rehabilitation facilities in the Breaking New Ground database, it was not possible to list all of them individually in the IDDR. For a listing of rehabilitation facilities in Indiana, refer to  .


Rehabilitation Hospital of Fort Wayne

7970 W. Jefferson Blvd.

Fort Wayne, IN 46804

(260) 435-6100



Disabling Conditions Served: Traumatic brain injury, stroke, multiple fractures, orthopedic disorders, joint replacement, cardiac and vascular disorders, spinal cord injury, amputation, pain, generalized weakness/debility, back and neck injuries, other neurological disorders and acute and chronic diseases


Users Served: Persons with the above disabilities and their families


Services Provided:

  Inpatient care including physical, occupational, and speech therapies


Nutritional services

Case management services


Rehabilitation Hospital of Indiana

4141 Shore Dr.

Indianapolis, IN 46254-2607

(317) 329-2000

(800) 933-0123

(317) 329-2104 (FAX)



Disabling Conditions Served: Stroke, brain injury, orthopedic conditions, fibromyalgia, Crohn’s disease, colitis, spinal cord injury


Users Served: Persons with disabilities, their families, and health care professionals


Services Provided:

Driver rehabilitation program

Aquatics program

Outpatient vestibular rehabilitation program

Outpatient orthopedic program

Therapeutic recreation and sports programs

Support groups

Vocational assessment, career skills training, internships, supported employment

Assistive technology/augmentative communication services


Resources Available:

Information on programs and services


Relay Indiana

Sprint Relay

7702 Woodland Drive, Suite 250

Indianapolis, IN 46278

Dial 7-1-1 or (800) 743-3333 (Voice/TTY)

(800) 435-8590 (En Espanol)




Disabling Conditions Served: Hearing impairments, speech impairments, and deafness 


Users Served: Hearing impaired, speech impaired, and the deaf who use TDD/TTY equipment. (Only persons with TDD/TTY equipment can utilize relay.)


Services Provided:

Provides full telephone accessibility to people who are deaf, hard-of-hearing, or speech disabled and use TDD/TTY equipment

Relay agents complete all calls and stay online to relay messages electronically over a text telephone and verbally to the hearing parties


RESNA (Rehabilitation Engineering and Assistive Technology Society of North America)

1700 N. Moore St., Suite 1540

Arlington, VA 22209-1903

(703) 524-6686

(703) 524-6639 (TTY)

(703) 524-6630 (FAX)



Technical Assistance (TA) Project Website:


Disabling Conditions Served: All disabilities


Users Served: Rehabilitation engineers, occupational therapists, physical therapists, speech language pathologists, vocational rehabilitation counselors, special educators, suppliers and manufacturers of rehabilitation technology, physicians, nurses, orthotists, prosthetists, assistive technology specialists, program coordinators, administrators, researchers, and persons with disabilities


Services Provided:

Information and referral services

Annual conferences

Special interest groups

Membership ($150.00 per year)

Credentialing program for Assistive Technology Practitioners (ATP), Assistive Technology Suppliers (ATS) and Rehabilitation Engineering Technologists (RET)

Fundamentals in Assistive Technology—2-day course; national locations


Resources Available:

RESNA newsletter

Assistive Technology Journal

Annual membership directory

Annual conference brochure

RESNA membership brochure

Publications brochure

Credentialing program brochure


Riley Child Development Center:  James Whitcomb Riley Hospital for Children

702 Barnhill Dr., Rm. 5837

Indianapolis, IN 46202-5225

(317) 274-8167

(317) 274-9760 (FAX)



Disabling Conditions Served: Developmental delays, mental retardation, behavioral problems, and other chronic disabling conditions


Users Served: Children with the above conditions, families, and professionals


Services Provided:

Interdisciplinary training

Interdisciplinary clinical services

Continuing education, consultation, and technical assistance to personnel



Resources Available:

Parent education and support groups

Counseling services

Educational materials





Breaking New Ground
Purdue University
ABE Bldg., 225 S. University Street
West Lafayette, IN 47907-2093
(800) 825-4264 or (765) 494-5013