The New Beginnings Club enhances the quality of life for survivors of acquired brain injury (ABI) including stroke, and their family members and is committed to providing support and educational services for survivors and their families.
About New Beginnings
The New Beginnings Club provides social, recreation, education and leisure opportunities to survivors and everyone impacted by brain injury or stroke.
There are daily and weekly scheduled programs. Some programs include but are not limited to; arts and crafts, fitness, karaoke, woodworking, board games and Wii. We plan classes and outings outside the Club from time to time, and these may include: horse-back riding, swimming, bowling, special events and picnics, etc.
The Club works to support all survivors and their families to regain empowerment and friendship after their illness/injury. The Club is a non-medical facility that will remind you of your living-room and the staff work hard to make sure everyone is enjoying themselves.
If there is an activity you would like to see in the Club, please feel free to talk to an Activities Director.
If you need assistance attending or require other rehabilitative supports, staff at the Club can help you connect to services available within the community.
Monday – Friday: 8:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Programming from 9:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
9 Maple Leaf Drive, Chatham, ON – supporting residents of Chatham-Kent
260 Indian Rd. South, Eastland Centre Plaza, Sarnia, ON – supporting residents of Sarnia-Lambton