Supportive Housing for Adults with Brain Injury
Supportive Living, Inc. provides affordable, supportive housing options to survivors of brain injury in the communities surrounding Boston. An innovator in the field, Supportive Living’s Warren, McLaughlin, Douglas, Norwood and Murphy Houses offer residents a chance to maintain their dignity while living independently, regardless of their ability to pay.
Please visit our Residential page for more information on SLI residential facilities and requirements for prospective residents. To apply for housing, please download and fill out our Housing Application. To check on current housing availability, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 339-227-9581.
Paul: Neuro-Fit Fits!
Paul retired from full-time work in 2016 as an Endoscopy RN at Massachusetts General Hospital where he worked for 39 years. He loved his work and continued with MGH for 3 days per month even after retirement. In 2018 his life took a tragic turn when he suffered a hemorrhagic stroke which left him with left side paralysis.
While Paul retained most of his cognitive function after his stroke, he didn’t walk for seven months. Paul knew he would only improve if active, and he tried various therapies and specialist gyms, including the Spaulding Rehabilitation program, where he continues in the Cycling programs (and continues now as a virtual Pan Mass Challenge rider). Spaulding was where he found his strength to continue to live a new normal.