Move from surviving to thriving.

Since 1999, Project Genesis has helped survivors of brain injury attain an independent and productive life. We are committed to person-centered planning, empowering our consumers to actively shape their own futures.

As a provider for the State of Connecticut, Department of Social Services Medicaid Waiver for Acquired Brain Injury, we offer:

  • Independent Living Skills Training

  • Supported Employment Services

  • Pre-Vocational Services

  • Companion Services

  • Transportation

  • Community Activities

We also believe that connection and inclusion are affirming powers that strengthen individuals and communities. We therefore strive to deliver many of our services in the community, including life skills training at two satellite learning centers.


Our consumers courageously dare to dream, chart a course, and pursue it. Therefore, our success is measured against each consumer’s goals for their education, career, and life.

These goals may include:

  • Living independently in their own homes and in the communities of their choice.

  • Pursuing work goals by volunteering, learning pre-vocational skills, or obtaining competitive employment.

  • Continuing therapeutic exercises (PT, OT, and SLP) in their own home after discharge from medical services.

  • Accessing community resources such as social service agencies, gyms, theaters, restaurants, groups clubs, churches and friends.

  • Pursuing individual goals such as speaking at community groups, participating in statewide retreats, planning family functions, and taking educational classes.

  • “I can’t think of any ways to make services any better.”

    ABI Survivor
  • “I couldn’t ask for a better staff. I love everybody that works with me.”

    ABI Survivor
  • “I am extremely grateful for what Project Genesis has been able to do for my son and I appreciate the longevity of some of the core staff members.”

    Parent of ABI Survivor
  • “Project Genesis is a great organization in so many ways. My sister…has and continues to have a much higher quality of life. All employees involved do a fantastic job.”

    Brother of ABI Survivor
  • “Your staff are the best! They are always available, they follow through, and they are very hard working. It is a pleasure to work with them.”

    Clinical Team Leader

    Jordin Soler, Program Director
    Direct Line: (860) 456-1698 Ext 42
    Fax: (860) 456-7417