Rehabilitation Research Center (RRC)
The Rehabilitation Research Center (RRC) at Santa Clara Valley Medical Center (SCVMC) conducts research to better understand and improve outcomes after TBI and SCI. Outcomes studied include the functional, vocational, and life satisfaction areas that are important to people with and without disabilities. The RRC strives to meet the needs of injured persons and their families for information, education, and support.
The RRC is located at Santa Clara Valley Medical Center in San Jose, California. It is funded through grants from the National Institute on Disability and Rehabilitation Research, Office of Special Education and Rehabilitative Services, US Department of Education.
This website contains information on the activities of the RRC as well as a large collection of easily accessible online resources.
SCI Connections 08.21.14
adventures for people with disabilities more>>
TBI Matters on Depression and Anxiety after Brain Injury
Our brain injury community education series! more>>
New Amputee Advocate Mentoring Program
A new advocacy and mentoring program for amputees. more>>
Youth at Increased Risk for Traumatic Brain Injuries
SCVMC is increasing awareness of concussion risks more>>
2013 Conference Program
The 2013 Program for the Santa Clara Valley Brain Injury Conference more>>
SanBio Stroke Study
The RRC is involved in another landmark study. more>>
New Support Post-Stroke
New Stroke Support Group at Valley Medical Center more>>
Meet the RRC team
2012 Photo of the Rehab Research Center team more>>
RRC's newsletter Further Analysis more>>
Meet Our New Director
Stephanie Kolakowsky-Hayner PhD. more>>
The Rehab Center Celebrates 40 Years
RRC Helps with 40th Anniversary Activities more>>
This ROBOT is on the loose!
Get this free 300+ page resource guide. more>>
Staff Spotlight - Robert Medel
The RRC staff continue to work closely with the clinical staff to more>>
Efficacy of Seated Tai Chi
This ongoing study uses an adaptation of traditional Tai Chi called more>>
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