Origami Rehabilitation Expanding, Two Locations to Better Serve the Community

We recently launched a rebrand including a name change from Origami Brain Injury Rehabilitation Center to Origami Rehabilitation, and a new logo. In addition to our recent rebrand, we also announced the opening of a satellite location in Lansing.

Origami provides comprehensive rehabilitation for children, adolescents, and adults with neurological, developmental, mental health, and orthopedic conditions through their residential and outpatient programs.

Our second location, Origami West, is located at 137 S. Marketplace Blvd. Lansing, MI 48917. Origami West offers the same outpatient services available at our current Mason location, such as physical therapy, occupational therapy, speech-language pathology, psychiatry, psychology, drivers rehab, and more.

Origami’s vision is to maximize access to innovative services with exceptional results. The opening of this satellite location allows us to realize our vision and continue to serve more individuals in need. Origami West is conveniently located on Lansing’s west side, making our services more accessible to the Lansing, Grand Ledge, Dewitt, Charlotte, Portland, and Potterville communities.

We continue to expand our continuum of care, adding more professional and specialty services to better serve those in need. Two newer services available at Origami include driver rehabilitation and pelvic health. We are also reaching more community members by further broadening our services to children and adolescents.

In addition to a state-of-the-art therapy gym and driver rehabilitation vehicles, our satellite location features a designated pediatrics space equipped with a rock wall and all the tools needed to help our youngest clients achieve their goals.

Origami has been creating opportunities and transforming lives since opening in 1997 due to a unique partnership between Peckham, Inc. and Michigan State University's College of Osteopathic Medicine, both of which remain proud partners of Origami. Origami started as a small residential program specialized in serving adults with traumatic brain injury and has gradually expanded to become a unique multi-dimensional continuum of care that now serves children, adolescents, and adults with neurological, developmental, mental health, and orthopedic conditions.

Our President & CEO, Tammy Hannah, said, "We never want to turn someone away who needs our services. Our new satellite location allows us to expand our capacity and serve more individuals and families in our community and beyond. Our team is looking forward to continuing our journey as we make a lasting impact on those we serve by creating opportunities and transforming lives."

We will celebrate the opening of our second location with a ribbon-cutting later this summer. More information on this event will be available by visiting OrigamiRehab.org/news-and-events. Origami is currently accepting referrals at both locations. Anyone may submit a referral to Origami. To learn more about the programs and services available at our Mason and Lansing locations or to submit a referral, call 517-336-6060 or visit OrigamiRehab.org.