Schurig Center is pleased to provide this directory to assist acquired brain injury survivors in identifying services in the community. Listing in this directory is not intended to be an endorsement. While we have tried to verify these resources as thoroughly as possible, we cannot guarantee the accuracy of all information. If you find you are in need of a resource that is not listed or know of other resources that are not included, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Below is a list of community resources sorted alphabetically by organization name. To search by a specific category, use the drop down menu below.
These services are not offered by or affiliated with Schurig Center. Please contact the organization in the listing directly for more information about their services.
Alta Bates: Brain Injury Life Skills ProgramAlta Bates: Brain Injury Life Skills ProgramAlameda
Post-acute services for brain injured individuals and their caregivers to make adjustments in their interpersonal relationships, job performance and academic achievement.
The program is compromised of three groups: Brain Injury Life Skills Group, Advanced Life Skills Group, and Family/Caregiver Education and Support Group.The Brain Injury Life Skills Group provides a supportive environment and education for individuals with brain injuries to work through feelings of isolation, confusion and despair. The group provides strategies for dealing with memory loss, decreased attention and concentration, anger and depression, communication and social skills, emotional stress and isolation. A neuropsychologist facilitates the Brain Injury Life Skills Support Group
2001 Dwight Way 5th Floor Berkeley CA 94704