Mission, Vision, and Values

Mission Statement

Origami Brain Injury Rehabilitation Center creates opportunities and transforms lives



Origami Brain Injury Rehabilitation Center strives to be the leader in maximizing access to innovative services with exceptional results

Core Value

Embracing person-centered planning, family participation, and an interdisciplinary approach, we provide rehabilitation in a manner that respects the dignity of the individual.


Why the Name Origami?

Do you remember when you were a child and made your first paper airplane?

You took a flat blank piece of paper, folded it in the middle, and then folded it over several times to eventually form an airplane, which, if constructed properly could fly great distances. You may not have realized it, but you were performing the ancient Japanese art of paper folding, otherwise known as Origami. The concept is simple… a flat, one-dimensional object is carefully constructed into a compiled, multi-dimensional form. Although the techniques used in Origami are similar, the artist can develop endless numbers of shapes in various forms, depending on the direction the paper is folded.

It is similar to what we do during the process of rehabilitation. An assessment is made to determine what the end result should be, and a plan is developed to outline the optimal and most efficient method for getting to that point.