The program is offered in two tracks; one for traumatic brain injury (TBI), including concussions, and one for stroke.
Professionals in the fields of art therapy, marriage and family therapy, occupational therapy, social work, and other disciplines work with volunteers from a range of professional backgrounds to lead this program. Our dedicated team has experience working with adults living with brain injury of varying levels of abilities and providing support for their families as well.
Courses are designed to help improve functional ability in the areas of memory, problem solving, processing speed, comprehension, attention, and focus. Occupational therapy, adapted movement, compensatory strategies, and speech therapy are also woven into the design of the courses. Each course uses a curriculum designed by the instructor, in collaboration with the Therapeutic Program team and a consulting neuropsychologist.
Program participants establish personal goals they would like to accomplish and work together with the team and their peers to reach toward success in a safe, supportive environment. Being part of a community that cares and understands while maintaining a focus on rediscovering life after brain injury is a benefit of this program.
Monday through Thursday, year-round (closed the week of July 4th, and the week between Christmas and New Year’s Day)
11:00 am to 3:00 pm
Private pay. Scholarship available by application process.
For more information or reserve your spot, please contact us:
(415) 461-6771 or email firstname.lastname@example.org