Live Well with Brain Injury

Live Well is a series of recreational activities and social events created for adults living with brain injury offered in partnership by Advocates and the SLI Brain Injury Health and Wellness Center. Events are held at Supportive Living Inc. (SLI) residences and other sites in the community. View the February Events flyer here. 

All events are $5.00 unless otherwise indicated. To register for activities, please download the enrollment form and send it to info@supportivelivinginc.org.

February Events Schedule

Brain Injury Support Group
Tuesdays | February 5, February 19 | 3:00 - 4:00 PM
Douglas House

DJ Mike
Thursdays | February 14, February 28 | 6:00 PM | $5 per event
McLaughlin House

Mark West Piano Performance
Sunday, February 16 | 12:00 - 1:00 PM | $5
Douglas House

Winter Class Schedule

Fitness for All: Adaptive Exercise Program
Monday - Friday | January 30 - May 3| $10 per class
Each one-hour session includes aerobics, stretching, and functional strength training to improve physical fitness for people living with brain injury. To register, please contact Harrison Carmichael at hcarmichael@supportivelivinginc.org

Yo-Abilities: Chair Yoga
Tuesdays | February 5 - March 12 | 6:30 - 7:30 PM | $10 per class
Focus on improving postural control and sitting balance to improve body alignment and breathing techniques. 
McLaughlin House

Group Exercise: Boxing
Wednesdays | February 6 - March 13 | 6:00 - 7:00 PM | $5 per class
An excellent opportunity to develop or improve cardiorespiratory fitness and muscle coordination! 
Douglas House

Chess Club
Wednesdays | February 6 - March 13 | 6:00 - 7:00 PM | $5 per class
Participants can join to improve cognitive skills by playing chess in a fun, relaxing environment.
Douglas House

Expressive Arts Group
Thursdays | February 7 - March 7 | 10:30 - 11:30 AM | $5 per class
Work with an adaptive teacher in a group setting to engage in meaningful self-expression through art.
McLaughlin House

The Live Well Event Series is supported by the Statewise Head Injury Program (SHIP), a program of Community Based Services, Massachusetts Rehabilitation Commission.