We need your help to raise $5,000 in May. Donate by May 31 and help provide horticultural therapy. Without your support, Schurig Center would not be able to offer therapeutic gardening – a program designed specifically for brain injury survivors not available anywhere else in our area. Your donation provides the supplies needed to keep our gardeners busy this year. Gifts of $250 or more in the month of May will be honored with a personalized brick in the center’s garden! [Read more…]
You probably do because... A stroke happens every 40 seconds in the U.S.
3.8 million concussions occur each year.
Traumatic brain injury is more prevalent than spinal cord injuries, multiple sclerosis, HIV/AIDS, and breast cancer combined.
Schurig Center for Brain Injury Recovery is looking for an Office Manager (‘Jack/Jane Of All Trades’) to join our team of dedicated professionals. The Office Manager is the nucleus of the organization, being the first contact for people calling or coming into the Center. This role tends to be the heart of the team, assisting [Read more…]
Parsley, Sage, Rosemary and Thyme …and a dash of YOU! Guy Fieri, local chef and restaurateur, believes “Food is about the people.” Here at Schurig Center, we couldn’t agree more! Many survivors are working towards the goal of living more independently after their brain injury. Relearning and improving the skills needed for daily living, such as cooking, are essential to achieving this goal. Participants in Group Cooking Class had fun and improved abilities while making Scarborough Fair Quiche. [Learn more and get the recipe…]
The artists in Schurig Center’s Therapeutic Art Studio would like to thank the many guests who stopped by our “Pathways to Recovery” Art Show reception on April 5 at UCSF Memory and Aging Center’s Gallery 190 in San Francisco. We are especially touched by how well-attended the reception was… [Read more]
My mother's stroke didn't just happen to her, it happened to my whole family.
We are so fortunate to have a resource like Schurig Center in our community.- Family member
There are services for athletes who have had a concussion, but there are none for those of us who were injured outside of sports. Schurig Center addresses this need for the community. I would have fallen through the cracks of the medical system without their help.- Amy, TBI & concussion survivor
My life was saved by my interactions with Schurig Center.
I am only one of hundreds of people who have had life breathed back into their soul by walking through those doors.- Heidi, TBI survivor