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Social Leisure Groups

Brain Injury London > Support > Social Leisure Groups

*Please note that our Support Groups are temporarily back to meeting virtually due to Covid-19 restrictions. (updated Jan 11th)

Please take a moment to read through our new Covid safety requirements policy below

Please note that we are now requiring all members to pre-register before attending a meeting. We will also need to see proof of double vaccination to participate. If you have any questions or concerns you can email info@braininjurylondon.on.ca

Register  – To register for this meeting please email our social leisure group leader Sam Pocock or the Association. 

samc@daleservices.on.ca , info@braininjurylondon.on.ca

CLICK HERE: Covid Safety Requirements Policy

If you or someone you love has experienced a Brain Injury, you may benefit from participating in one of our many support groups. These groups meet on a monthly or weekly basis and offer people who live with the effects of a brain injury the chance to: meet and discuss common issues and problems, learn more about living with ABI and to have fun in a positive environment.

Support Groups are offered in the counties of Huron, Perth, London & Middlesex, Oxford and Elgin for persons living with the effects of brain injury.

Perth County Social Leisure Group

This group meets every Wednesday!

Avondale United Church

194 Avondale Ave 
Stratford, ON 
N5A 6N4

12:30 – 3:00pm 

Group Leader: Sam Pocock

This group is generously sponsored by

All locations are wheelchair accessible.

Email info@braininjurylondon.on.ca for updates and be sure to include “Support Group Inquiry” in the subject line.

The Support Group is important and helpful to all because we sit together as Friends with like minded concerns. Try as they might, spouses and caregivers do not fully understand what thoughts and concerns we might be dealing with trying to cope ( memory, word finding, anxiety etc. ) members can relate. We sit down as friends, talk and Listen, listen and talk nonjudgmental.
Don BobierWest-Elgin Brain Injury Support Group

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