Good nutrition is important for maintenance of mental and physical health. But, nutrition is particularly important when recovering from physical trauma, such as concussion. When an injury, like a concussion, occurs the brain requires extra energy in the form of nutrition to heal the injury. [Learn more…]
You are not alone. We are still here to help!
Continue your journey of recovery from the safety of home
with an array of supportive services offered remotely.
Our doors are closed to on-site services, but our hearts and services remain open. Schurig Center continues to be an essential source of connection and care for people and families living with the effects of brain injury, concussion, or stroke. Our rehabilitative and supportive services are now offered remotely. [Learn more]
A global crisis like coronavirus can cause stress for all of us. For people living with brain injury, this crisis can exacerbate challenges they already face. Social distancing can increase feelings of loneliness; result in a backslide of abilities due to lack of stimulation; add stress to relationships; and, increase the need for support.
It's more important than ever that services continue to be available to support the health and well-being of those in our community living with brain injury. That's why we've adapted most of our rehabilitative and supportive services to be offered remotely during shelter-in-place. And, we need your help!
In times of uncertainty, we see the best of our community emerge.
Thank you for helping us continue to provide critically-needed
connection and care, during and after this crisis.
Are you 70½ years of age and older and have an IRA account? If so, we hope you’ll consider making a qualified charitable distribution (QCD) to Schurig Center. In addition to reducing your taxable income, your gift helps power essential life-enhancing connection and care for people and families living with the effects of a brain injury. [Learn more…]
Schurig Center is pleased to share this list of resources and activities to help brighten our lives and help us all navigate these unprecedented times together with peace, resilience, and strength. Check back as more resources will continue to be added daily.
“The single most important thing that can happen right now in this pandemic is that we feel our collectivity — that we’re here to help each other move through this.” – Tara Brach
Your Generosity Provides Essential Connection & Care