Services are available to adults in the community living with, or supporting someone with, 

an acquired brain injury or seizure disorder. 

Our vision for services is compassionate and exceptional client care. 

Our values are:  accountability, collaboration, compassion, respect and responsiveness.

New Beginnings 
Day Program
This adult weekly day program consists of social, recreational, and therapeutic services for those with seizure and/or brain injuries in a group setting.
 
Click New Beginnings for more details.
  • Walking Programs

  • Bowling & Mini-putt

  • Community Kitchen

  • Coffee & Games

  • Yoga & Other Activities

Peer Mentoring

Connects persons with living experience (the Mentor) with an individual who is living with the effects of acquired brain injury who requires the support (the Partner). The program is available to survivors, family members and/or unpaid caregivers.

Awareness Services
  • Assessment & Evaluation

  • Special Guest Presentations

  • Community Health Fairs

  • School Visits/Presentations

Advocacy & Referral

  • Assistance with official paperwork

  • Referral to other agencies and organizations

Support Groups

  • Men's Support Group held virtually

  • Caregiver Support

  • Uplift Epilepsy Support Group

  • Eplink