Youth Rehabilitation Program

Inpatient Rehabilitation For Teens

Choosing inpatient rehabilitation for your teenager is a difficult decision. Thinking about how they will respond to their environment and the people surrounding them is an important factor in choosing the right setting for your teenager. The inpatient program for Teens at our Dallas hospital is designed for teenagers ages 15 and up, and has a highly specialized staff of physicians and rehabilitation professionals to serve your teenagers unique needs. In 2019, we treated 16 patients who were 18 or under.

The program for teens focuses on facilitating function and independence while addressing the unique needs of the teenager. Our staff incorporates technology, social media and community outings to engage our teens in recovering using the tools they use every day. Your child will be surrounded by other teens and adults in a supportive environment that encourages participation from family and friends.

Special Services for Teens
  • Coordination with Dallas ISD for home school program
  • Coordination with teen's school district for home school program
  • Interaction with community events geared towards teens
  • Pet therapy with our facility dog, Orbit
  • Pool therapy


To determine if Baylor Scott & White Institute for Rehabilitation - Dallas is right for your teen, please fill out our Contact Us form or call 214.820.9300 to arrange a tour of our state-of-the-art facility.

"I couldn’t stand or walk. Now there’s no stopping me."

College student Audrey Self barely survived the car accident that battered her body and brain. When she woke up from a month-long coma, she was unable to move on her own. "The physical and occupational therapists at Baylor Institute for Rehabilitation worked with me in the hospital and in outpatient rehab." Little by little, Audrey regained her mobility. "They helped me take tiny steps, which added up to big steps, which turned into leaps and bounds." Now, Audrey is back in school, walking across campus unassisted and even participating in local marathons. "What we set our mind to we can do. Nothing is impossible."