“Schurig Center for Brain Injury Recovery, previously known as
Brain Injury Network of the Bay Area (BINBA), is the only
nonprofit, post-acute therapeutic center in the North Bay
offering an array of affordable, cutting-edge rehabilitative
and supportive services designed to help survivors and their
families rebuild their lives after a brain injury.”
The Outpatient Neurologic Rehabilitation Program at Stanford
Health Care provides occupational therapy, physical therapy, and
speech-language pathology services. Our therapists have
extensive experience and expertise in working exclusively with
patients who have neurological impairments.
“The Palo Alto Polytrauma Rehabilitation Center (PRC) is one of
5 facilities in the country designed to provide intensive
rehabilitative care to Veterans and Servicemembers who
experienced severe injuries (including brain injuries) to
more than one organ system.”
Numerous free classes and workshops ranging from support groups,
dance classes, to Yoga, to many others. All classes are held in
either the Stanford Neuroscience Health Center or Hoover
Pavilion on various days throughout the week.
California Pacific Regional Rehabilitation Center, Castro at
Duboce Street, Davies Campus South Tower, San Francisco, CA 94114
“The Acute Brain Injury Program at California Pacific's
Regional Rehabilitation Center provides a coordinated,
outcome-driven, integrated rehabilitation program that
addresses the complicated needs of adults with acquired brain
“The Rehabilitation Research Center is a hub of research related
to the rehabilitation of persons with Brain Injury, Spinal Cord
Injury, Stroke and other neurological disorders treated at
Santa Clara Valley Medical Center's Department of Physical
Medicine and Rehabilitation.”
On Feb. 2nd, Stanford Synapse hosted "I Love My Brain," our first
brain injury awareness symposium. The event was open to the public.
Stanford Synapse had an incredible opportunity to welcome
Dr. Jennifer O'Malley, who discussed with us her new research
about post brain injury treatments for adults and kids.
The lecture was open to the public.
On February 9th, we hosted Dr. Ghajar for a lecture on medicine
and concussion research. The lecture was open to the public.
We welcome individuals of all backgrounds and their friends
and families. If you are interested in receiving more
information about the group, please visit the Join Us page.