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Welcome To Origami

At Origami, we work hard to foster a comfortable, supportive environment where everyone feels welcome. The beginning of the rehabilitation process can feel overwhelming for both clients and loved ones. We're here to support you each step of the way and ensure a smooth and enjoyable experience. Whether you're planning to stay or visit our campus, you may have questions about what to expect. We've answered some of our most common questions below. For additional questions, contact us!


We understand the importance of partnering in care and having family and friends close during the rehabilitation process. Together we work as a team, focusing on maximizing recovery. 

Balance is important during the rehabilitation process. In order for our clients to get the rest they need, we suggest these general visiting hours:

9am–9pm daily

To contact someone in our residential program, you may call our office at 517-336-6060, the Neuro-Rehab (NR) building directly at 517-455-0275, or the Assisted Living Home at 517-455-0285.

Mail can be sent to:

Client Name 
Origami Rehabilitation
3181 Sandhill Road
Mason, Michigan 48854

At Origami, we strongly encourage family and friends to be active participants in the recovery of their loved one. This philosophy means that clients have the choice of inviting visitors to join therapy sessions, attend groups, and participate in care conferences.

Some residents require special diets for health and safety reasons following their injury. Our specialists will provide education on appropriate foods for someone on a special diet. Prior to bringing in outside food, please consult with the care coordinator.

Please check in at the reception desk upon entry. A team member will guide you to where you need to go. We look forward to your visit!

Children are welcome to visit as long as they are healthy and free of infectious diseases. This includes runny nose, cough, and fever. Please make sure children are properly supervised at all times. If you are unsure if a visit is appropriate, please contact your Care Coordinator for guidance.

The following hotels have special discounts available for family members and support systems visiting Origami residential clients. We do not endorse a particular hotel, or guarantee satisfaction with the guest experience; however, we are grateful for their collaboration. Please contact the hotel directly and inform them of your relationship with Origami Rehabilitation.

Staybridge Suites
Address: 3553 Meridian Crossings, Okemos MI 48864
Phone Number: 517-347-3044

Best Western
Address: 2209 University Park Dr, Okemos, MI 48864
Phone Number: 517-349-8700

Courtyard East Lansing Okemos
Address: 3545 Meridian Crossing Drive, Okemos, MI 48864  
Phone Number: 517-347-9940  


Residential Clients 

We work hard to be your home away from home. Our entire team is devoted to giving you all the support you need while you recover. 

If Neuro-Rehabilitation or Assisted Living is your residential support option, you’ll be provided three meals and three snacks each day prepared by our very own chef.

We want every client to feel comfortable at Origami. Bringing some personal items from home can make the stay feel even more pleasant. 

The checklist below may help you pack for a stay with us (please mark all items with client’s name in permanent marker):

  • Alarm clock radio
  • Athletic shoes
  • Books
  • Cell phone/charge
  • Clothing
  • Deodorant
  • DVD player
  • Favorite items such as blanket or pillow
  • Favorite snacks or drinks (all food/drink items must be kept in the kitchen)
  • Outerwear for season
  • Pajamas 
  • Photographs
  • Shaving supplies
  • Toiletries
  • TV and cable cord

If you have any questions regarding what to pack, a member of our Admissions Team can help.

We do not recommend bringing the following items:

  • Valuable jewelry
  • Expensive electronic items
  • Large amounts of cash ( Origami’s funds policy suggests that clients not carry any more than $25 or keep cash in their room, including checks or debit/credit cards. Your assigned Care Coordinator can secure up to $200 onsite for client use. )

The following items are prohibited on campus:

  • Firearms or other weapons
  • Drugs or alcohol
  • Candles, heaters, heating pads, or equipment for food preparation and storage

Explore Our Campuses

At Origami, we believe in the healing power of nature. We encourage clients and visitors to get outdoors and take advantage of our beautiful campuses. 


Unwind with a walk on our scenic paved trails that run through the wooded area of our campus at Origami Main. You will surely enjoy the fresh air and wildlife. Take a break on one of our wooden benches and give yourself a moment to rest and recharge.


Explore our therapeutic greenspace in the heart of campus at Origami Main. Equipped with a water feature, fire pit, tables, swings, and outdoor exercise equipment, this is a wonderful space to spend some time.


During the spring and summer, take a nature walk at Origami Main to check out all of our beautiful raised garden beds that our clients and team members have been tending. 


Take a few minutes to have fun and play a friendly game of horseshoes at the horseshoe pit, located just behind our Neuro-Rehabilitation Home at Origami Main.