We designed SLI Neuro Wellness activities for individuals living with brain injury to be active, involved, healthy, and social. All Neuro Wellness activities require pre-registration.

Download the December 2022 Neuro-Wellness program update here.

For more information email us at info@supportivelinginc.org or call 781-937-3199.  All classes require a registration form, please see the class descriptions below.


SLI's Neuro-Fit Assisted Exercise Program is an evidence-based exercise class designed for people living with functional limitations caused by a brain injury or other neurological condition. Each one-hour session features aerobic exercises to improve cardiovascular fitness, functional exercise to improve strength and mobility, as well as challenging balance and gait exercises. Multiple locations.

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Enjoy indoor and outdoor gardening and other plant-based activities. Come get your hands dirty! $5 per class. Every other Tuesday at 1:30pm starting February 4 through May 5.

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Drumming Class

Work with a professional percussion instructor in a great space to learn new rhythms and make new friends. All instruments provided. $7.50 fee per class. 4:00pm January 30 through May 7.

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Chess Club

Join in on competitive chess games to work on cognitive skills and have fun! No fee. Every other Friday at 3:00pm beginning January 24 to May 1.  No fee.

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Yo-Abilities: Chair Yoga

Participants in this class can improve posture, flexibility, range of motion and more through guided, adaptive yoga classes taught by a professional instructor. McLaughlin House, 333 Park Street, North Reading. 6:30pm, January 28 to May 5. $10 per class.

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Expressive Arts

Our expressive arts class is an opportunity to receive instruction from a professional art teacher in a group setting to engage in self-expression through art projects such as painting and sculpting. $5 fee per class. 10:30am, January 28 to May 5.

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Supportive Living gratefully acknowledges the following foundations who share our vision of improving the lives of people living with brain injury through their generous funding of our programs in 2018:

Boston Evening Clinic Foundation               Dana Home Foundation
Alfred E. Chase Charity Fund                        Hamilton Charitable Foundation
Catholic Health Foundation                           Marion Decrow Memorial Foundation

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.