Welcome to the Stroke Comeback Center!
The Stroke Comeback Center is a community based non profit organization that provides programs for stroke and brain injury survivors in a supportive, caring environment. We are the only Center of its kind in the Washington, DC area.
- Provides long-term programs for survivors with aphasia and other communication difficulties
- Offers a variety of services with a group, social approach
- Focuses on all language modes - speech, reading, writing and comprehension
- Uses interactive technologies tailored to each of our members
- Continues affordable fees through donor-funded scholarships
- Has received national recognition for our accomplishments and innovation
- Believes that survivors can continue to improve over many years.
An initial meeting with our professionals is provided at no charge. Read the Programs Overview page of our website for details.
See the Center in action at a nationally aired segment: Stroke Comeback Center at PBS
Fairfax County Board of Supervisors congratulates the Center for 10 years of service for stroke and brain-injury survivors. At the front left: Cathy Hudgins, Fairfax County Board of Supervisors (Fairfax Board), Marcus Ades, Janice Rodriguez, Sharon Bulova, Chairman of Fairfax Board, Darlene Williamson, Executive Director of SCC, Paul Berger, Stephanie Mensh, Linda Smyth, Fairfax Board. See the County of Fairfax Resolution here.
Congressional Record, October 1 - Hon. Gerald Connolly recognized SCC for the contributions and achievements over the past 10 years! See the text here.