Support Group for Adults
Living with Brain Injury
Weekly – Tuesdays
3:15 pm to 4:45 pm
$10 per group
This support group is designed to serve adults living with any form of acquired brain injury. Facilitated by Carol Howard-Wooten, MFT and stroke survivor. Coping strategies are identified and practiced. Topics covered include:
- Handling Emotions & Impulses
- Improving Memory & Focus
- Creating a Daily Routine & Schedule
- Managing Stress
- Increase Problem-Solving Ability
- Accessing Resources
- Improving Communication Skills
- Learning About the Brain
For registration or more info:
(415) 461-6771 ext 100
Family and Caregiver Education and Support Group
Monthly, 4th Saturday
10:00 am to 12:00 pm
Occasionally the date changes. Check our Calendar for specific dates.
Please contact us to provide your email address to be added to our announcement list.
Family members provide over 75% of caregiving support in the United States. At Schurig Center, we recognize the enormous pressures and risks of family caregiving—burnout, compromised health, depression and depletion of financial resources. This is a daily reality for millions of American families and it poses a great strain on the caregiver, many of whom are struggling to balance work and family responsibilities. For this reason, we offer the Family & Caregiver Support Group providing a supportive, educational environment to enhance the caregiver’s and the family’s understanding of the cognitive, emotional and life changes resulting from a brain injury.
Call (415) 461-6771 ext 100