Traurig House, a Residential Program for Patients with a Stroke or Brain Injury
Traurig House, located on our 400-acre Wallingford campus, is Connecticut's only transitional living center for patients recovering from a stroke or brain injury. It offers a welcoming, home-like setting for up to eight residents with programs to support daily living skills and access to outpatient therapies to support the transition from hospital to home. The Traurig program offers rehabilitation that enables residents to regain the communication, cognitive, and life skills they need to return to their homes and communities. See an overview of the program at Traurig House in the video below.
Tours are available and encouraged for future residents or family members.
Traurig House Referral Process
Referrals can come from either the acute care or rehabilitation setting. Please contact Traurig House Nurse Care Manager, Amy Benoit, RN, directly for referral information.
Phone: (203) 741-3488
Fax: (203) 294-8766