Supportive Living, Inc. hosts numerous events throughout the year. Funds raised in these events allow us to continue our ongoing research, maintain our homes, develop new projects, and fund additional social and recreational activities for our residents, enhancing their quality of life.  Activities include trips to the movies, museums and attending sporting events including an annual trip to a Red Sox game at Fenway Park.

If you missed our Neuroscience of Music lecture in May, you can watch a video of it here.  From the LexMedia OnDemand site, search for "Neuroscience" and select the "Cary Library Lecture - The Neuroscience of Music."

Please join the Supportive Living Team Incredibles for Lexington's 2018 Genesis Battle Green Run on November 4!  The event features fun runs and walks for all fitness levels, and offers food and a chance to give back.  You can join the team and start your own fundraising page by visiting this page, or contacting Ruth Crocker for more information.

On: Sunday, November 4, 2018, 9:30am

At: Lexington High School, 251 Waltham Street, Lexington


Please also consider joining the Lions Club of Lexington in their community pasta dinner with benefits to help renovation of 9 Oakland Street, a historic Merriam Hill structure, and expand the SLI Brain Injury Wellness Center.  Details here.

On: Saturday, October 20, 2018, 6:00pm

At: St. Brigid Church, 2001 Massachusetts Avenue, Lexington, lower level.


Please join us for our next Live Well events: 

Brain Injury Survivor and Family Support Group.  (no fee)

On: September 18, 3:00 – 4:00pm

At: Douglas House, 7 Oakland, Lexington

DJ Mike. Enjoy oldies, 80’s, karaoke and more ($5 fee)

On: September 27, 6:00 – 8:00pm

At: McLaughlin House, 333 Park St., North Reading


Live Well is a series of recreational activities and social events created for adults living with brain injury offered in partnership with Advocates and the SLI Brain Injury Health and Wellness Center. The Statewide Head Injury Program (SHIP), a program of Community Based Services, of the Massachusetts Rehabilitation Commission supports Live Well events. 

Check out our photo albums of some of our past events:

We are grateful for the generous financial contributions that many companies and foundations have made through event sponsorships.

*To learn more about the different levels of sponsorship opportunities please contact Ruth Crocker at