New Class Sessions are Starting January 2018! Registration is now open for our line up of classes that will be starting in January. All classes are held at Schurig Center for Brain Injury Recovery unless otherwise noted. Space is limited. REGISTER NOW! For more info or to reserve your space, please contact us at: (415) 461-6771 or email@example.com [View classes]
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.
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
A stroke happens every 40 seconds in the U.S. and is the fifth leading cause of death. Recovery from a stroke is a life long process, and there are many people who have stories to offer of hope and recovery. Listen to Schurig Center’s Executive Director Patricia Gill and stroke survivor Dr. Diane Barnes share some of these stories on KPFA’s “About Health.” [Listen here]
Schurig Center is currently seeking a Resource Specialist – our team’s point person for people seeking services. This role responds to initial contacts from the community; provides referrals; and, supports access to community resources for survivors, their families, caregivers and professionals. This is a highly utilized service providing a critically needed community resource not found elsewhere in our area. [Learn more]
Schurig Center’s Therapeutic Program participants recently visited the Marine Mammal Center in Sausalito. Community integration outings like this one are important to the recovery process of our participants. They provide a venue for participants to re-engage with our community, to build confidence through personal interactions with new people, and to practice communication and social skills. [Read more…]