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BIAN's Oasis Clubhouse

BIAN's Oasis Clubhouse is a safe, supportive meeting space and community centre for people living with the effects of acquired brain injury in Niagara.


BIAN Oasis Clubhouse

What is BIAN's Oasis Clubhouse?

BIAN’s Oasis clubhouse is a community centre for people living with brain injury. It’s a place where people get together to share their ideas, skills, and interests. The Clubhouse is an active, 'doer' environment where members have the opportunity to expand their horizons, establish new friendships, and achieve their potential.

Who Comes to BIAN's Oasis?

People who come to the Clubhouse are those who want a chance to move forward after having their lives disrupted by brain injury. At the Clubhouse people’s strengths and abilities are highlighted, rather than their limitations. The Clubhouse values are belonging, opportunity, contribution, and collaboration. 

  • I feel like a person at the Clubhouse. I feel like I matter.
    - BIAN Clubhouse Member

Opportunities at the Clubhouse

  • Socializing and being around others who truly understand what it is like to live with a brain injury.
  • Helping others by sharing skills.
  • Working together, to do what needs to be done (e.g., taking care of the space, answering phones, writing     newsletters, etc.).
  • Learning and creating new things.
  • Cooking together and sharing meals.
  • Creating the schedule and making decisions.
  • Having fun! Check out our Music Mondays!!!

Recent Posts From the Clubhouse Blog

Brain injury clubhouse offers place to belong

Dec 7th, 2015

Brain Injury Association of Niagara Clubhouse is designed for people living with the effects of an acquired brain injury.

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Clubhouse Hours

Regular drop-in hours:

Monday:   12:30 pm – 6:00 pm
Tuesday:  10 am – 4:30 pm
Thursday: 12:30 pm – 6:00 pm

Additionally, specific programming may happen outside of the regular hours.

For information about this week's schedule, menus, activities, and news: BIAN Oasis Facebook Group. 


For More Information or to Become a Member

Co-ordinator: Meka Matthews
Phone: (905) 646-2426
Email: 


Address & Map

Supported by:

Ontario Trillium Foundation

For information about the Clubhouse Model:  www.braininjuryclubhouses.net