Wednesday, March 27, 2019
6:00 pm to 7:30 pm
Schurig Center for Brain Injury Recovery
This introductory class is designed to help survivors and their families begin to learn and understand the effects of a concussion and how to navigate the recovery process. Topics include: Risk factors; changes in cognitive and psychological functioning; anticipated path of recovery; and, locally available resources and programs.
Open to adults age 18 and older who have sustained a recent concussion (less than 6 months) and their family members, and who have completed the initial medical evaluation with their healthcare provide and who now present as medically stable.
Exclusionary Criteria: Any adult with a recent or acute change of condition (sudden headaches, nausea, seizures, dizziness or decreased balance or vestibular problems that require immediate attention).
Dr. Jim Wilson, PhD, a licensed neuropsychologist specializing in concussion and brain injury for almost 30 years.
$25 per person
Space is limited. Participants must register to attend. For more information and current class availability, please contact our Resource & Intake Specialist by phone at (415) 461-6771 ext 100 or by email firstname.lastname@example.org.