Harvey E. Jacobs has a long history working with people who are challenged by disability following neurologic, psychiatric, developmental, medical or physical impairments. Throughout his career, Dr. Jacobs has worked on-staff, in administrative roles, academic positions, research and as a consultant to numerous facilities (medical, rehabilitation, community, assistive living programs and nursing homes) in the United States and abroad. He is widely published and the recipient of numerous public and private grants.
Dr. Jacobs’ current interests include psychology; life care planning; brain injury; rehabilitation for neurological, psychiatric, medical and developmental disorders; severe behavior dysfunction; rehabilitation outcomes research; vocational rehabilitation; family systems; staff training; and community integration. Throughout his practice, Dr. Jacobs has worked with diverse ages, ranging from pediatrics to geriatrics. He has a special interest in organizational and systems management relative to developing and operating comprehensive programming in both business and clinical settings.