Due to the onset of the current COVID-19 pandemic all of our usual groups and activities have been temporarily put on hold to ensure we keep everyone safe and adhere to current Government guidelines.
We feel it is vitally important that we stay in touch with those affected by brain injury – find out what we are currently up to.
Run every Thursday from 10:00 am to 1:30 pm at Fisherton House, Salisbury led by Sarah, our Service Manager. The group aims to support brain injury survivors to move towards rehabilitation goals through one to one and group work. The group is open to brain injury survivors age 18 plus.
There are currently two peer support groups running, in Salisbury and Warminster. They are informal discussion groups aimed at facilitating those affected by brain injury to meet with others in similar situations. The groups are open to all brain injury survivors age 18 plus, along with their family and friends who support them.
The Young Adults’ Social Group was formed in July 2016 and is for anyone age 18-35 who has sustained an acquired brain injury. The group meets once a month for meals out, cinema screenings, quiz nights, bowling or just to “try something new”. Members are involved in planning the activities and promotion of this group.
Walking Tennis is a slower paced version of the game with lower bouncing tennis balls. It is led by a coach from Victoria Park Tennis Club, where it is currently run. The group is for all abilities and helps with physical and mental well being.
An informal monthly cafe held on the third Wednesday of every month from 10:30 am to 11:30 am at the cafe in Fisherton House, Salisbury. Meet others affected by brain injury and get information, support and advice, or just come along for a chat. No need to let us know you are coming- just drop in.