Due to the coronavirus (COVID-19), in-person classes at the Stroke Comeback Center (in Vienna and Rockville) are suspended until further notice. However, our Virtual Programs are thriving! Check out our virtual programs under our "Programs" tab.
Annual Summer Family Picnic 2019
On Sunday, September 15th, over 75 stroke survivors, family, friends and colleagues of the Center enjoyed a beautiful day at Lake Fairfax Park. We had members attend from our Vienna Center, Rockville Center and new Loudoun Center!
Benefit of Chocolate
We enjoyed hosting over 100 guests on Thursday, March 28th at Columbia Country Club in Chevy Chase, MD for our annual Benefit of Chocolate. Attendees enjoyed cocktails, delicious hors d’oeuvres, delightful chocolate treats, wine tastings and a beautiful four string quartet from Bethesda Chevy Chase High School. Our evening was hosted by Nicole Jacobs of NBC 4 News and Peggy Fox of WUSA 9. Speakers included our Board of Directors Chairperson, Joanne Addas, Stroke Comeback member, Geri O’Connell, and our Founder and Executive Director, Darlene Williamson. The highlight of the evening was our exciting live auction which raised over $6,500 for the Center. The evening concluded with a fun and frenzied cake decorating competition with a number of area rehabilitation teams as our competitors. A special thanks to our event sponsors who made this incredible evening possible: Double Wood Farm ● Koches Family Foundation ● The Vincent Family ● Joanne Addas ● Susan Crown ● Ray McGraw & Julie Griscom ● Richard & Cindy Chambers ● AMR Commercial, LLC ● John C. Beyer ● Joyce Bolton ● Karen Degerberg ● EagleBank ● The Manders Family ● Joyce McCarty ● The Monitor Group, LLC ● Red Coats, Inc.
Annual Holiday Party
On Sunday, December 2nd over 100 SCC members, family, staff, volunteers and friends joined for an afternoon of fun at our Annual Holiday party. We enjoyed a potluck dinner, music by King Street Bluegrass, and door prizes–but mostly we enjoyed being together.
Mind Matters Luncheon
On October 26, 2018 over 125 friends and supporters of the Stroke Comeback Center came together at the Hyatt Regency Dulles to enjoy an afternoon with Dr. Kathleen Howland, Ph.D. This nationally renowned lecturer gave a thought provoking presentation on music and the brain, illustrating how music serves as both a human necessity and a tool for wellness. Local stroke choir Different Strokes for Different Folks, led by Tom Sweitzer of Middleburg’s A Place to Be, where music meets therapy, gave a rousing and truly unforgettable performance. Special thanks to our event sponsors: MedStar NRH, Genentech, Tell Me Town Foundation and choir sponsors: the Wheeler Family Foundation and Inova Loudoun Hospital.
SCC Family Reunion Picnic 2018
Over 65 Comeback Center members, family and friends gathered at Lake Fairfax Park on Saturday September 29th. We had a gorgeous day filled with delicious food and lots of laughter. Members from both Vienna and Rockville Centers joined in the fun.