Many Individuals living with brain injury can indeed live well.   We designed Live Well with Brain Injury activities for individuals living with brain injury to be active, involved, healthy, and social. All Live Well activities require pre-registration.

See the current class schedule below or click here for a printable class and events schedule.  For more information email us at or call 781-274-8711.  All classes require a registration form, please see the class descriptions below.

Chess Club

Participants can join to improve cognitive skills by playing chess in a fun, relaxing environment. SLI Brain Injury Wellness Center, 7 Oakland St., Lexington.  Mar 27 to Apr 24, 6:00pm - 7:00pm.  $5 per class.

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Fitness for All: Adaptive Exercise Program

Research has found that exercise helps individuals with brain injury live well. It improves cardiorespiratory fitness, endurance, sense of balance and overall outlook. Multiple locations. Jan 30 to May 3.

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Yo-Abilities: Chair Yoga

This yoga program helps to enrich the lives of individuals with physical limitations or those using a wheelchair /walker for mobility. This program focuses on improving postural control and sitting balance to increase awareness of body alignment and promotes good breathing techniques. McLaughlin House, 333 Park Street, North Reading. Mar 19 to Apr 23. Tuesdays, 6:30 - 7:30pm. $10 per class.

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Expressive Arts Group

Work with an adaptive teacher in a group setting to engage in meaningful self-expression through art. McLaughlin House, 333 Park street, North Reading.  Mar 28 to Apr 25.  Thursdays, 10:30am - 11:30am.  $5 per class.

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Boxing for Balance, Core and More

An excellent opportunity to develop or improve cardiorespiratory fitness and muscle coordination! SLI Brain Injury Wellness Center, 7 Oakland St., Lexington.  Mar 18 to Apr 22.  Mondays, 6:00pm - 7:00pm.  $10 fee per class.

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Supportive Living, Advocates Brain Injury Services, and Live Well Program Partners provide Live Well with Brain Injury classes. The Statewide Head Injury Program, a program of Community Based Services, Massachusetts Rehabilitation Commission supports Live Well activities.