Boy at computerEach year, Sargent Rehabilitation Center's staff of 80 serves approximately 1,700 children and adults with disabilities and their families. Sargent offers services to children and adults through its Pediatric Program, Neuro Rehabilitation (Brain Injury) Program, and Hearing Center (Audiology).

The Pediatric Program offers a fully certified Day School for children 3 to 21 years who are struggling with severe learning disabilities often related to neurological impairment, such as autism and seizure disorders. It combines medical rehabilitation with educational expertise to help children make progress in academics and life skills. The Pediatric Program also offers comprehensive evaluation services as well as individual and group outpatient services to improve language and motor skills in children with mild to moderate disorders.

The Neuro-Rehabilitation Program serves both adolescents and adults who have sustained brain injuries, due to automobile accidents, falls, strokes, brain aneurysms or other diseases. Its Day Treatment Program provides intensive medical rehabilitation and education with the goal of returning clients to school or work. The program also offers comprehensive evaluation services and outpatient services, including speech, occupational and physical therapy.

The Hearing Center works with people of all ages who experience any form of hearing impairment.

Sargent also offers Consulting Services to school departments, hospitals and health care organizations and Education and Community Outreach Programs.