Brain Injury and Stroke Services


Frequently Asked Questions

  1. How do I sign up?
    For more information on our classes, please email or call (650) 509-9530.
  2. Who is AbilityPath?
    AbilityPath is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization headquartered in Redwood City that has served people with developmental disabilities and developmental disabilities, and their families, for more than 100 years. A CARF-accredited organization, we are unique in providing a lifespan of comprehensive support ‒ from early intervention for infants, to community access and job training for adults and seniors. Read more about AbilityPath’s mission, vision, and values here.
  3. Why is AbilityPath continuing these services?
    With the closure of SBI and REACH Program, there would be no remaining non-profit rehabilitation organizations on the Peninsula for people with brain injuries. The programs and missions closely align with the work of AbilityPath, which is committed to ensuring people of all abilities achieve their full potential. Similar to AbilityPath’s lifespan of services, the concept of long-term brain injury rehabilitation is to provide comprehensive services that include group-based programs support and individual therapies. Providing brain injury rehabilitation is another way AbilityPath is innovating and adapting to the needs of our most vulnerable friends, neighbors, and community members.
  4. For other questions or more information, email or call (650) 509-9530.

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