Mind Forward Brain Injury Services

Site: Oakville - Dundas St W

Service: Adult Day Program

Memos and Bulletins

Public Comments

Beginning on April 6, 2023, drop-in will be open on Thu between 10am-3:30pm only * All clients who arrive for drop-in will be required to sign in and be screened by a staff member.

Contact Information

Office Phone 905-949-4411 ext 221
Toll Free Phone 1-877-654-1137
Fax 905-949-4019
E-Mail intake@mindforward.org
Website mindforward.org/
Social Media Facebook Facebook, Twitter Twitter
Primary Contact Barbara Gilchrist, Day Program Coordinator; Phone: 905-949-4411 ext 253; Email: Barbara.Gilchrist@mindforward.org
Contact Form www.mindforward.org/contact-us/

Agency Information

Legal Status (50) Non Profit
Established 2016
Primary Executive Andrea Paszti, Chief Executive Officer; Phone: 905-949-4411 ext 242; Email: andrea.paszti@mindforward.org
Funding Donations * Ontario Health (Central) * Ontario Trillium Foundation

Description and Service Details

Description (Service)

Adult day program * social and recreational activities for people with acquired brain injury in a group setting for part of the day * provides a fun and enriching environment in which to increase socialization and engagement resulting in an improved quality of life * offers daily respite for both individuals and their families to reduce caregiver burnout * program sessions run approximately 3-6 months * program sessions run approximately 3-6 months depending on location

  • exercise and fitness
  • access to functional skill building activities that promote the re-learning and acquisition of skills that may have been affected by the individual’s brain injury
  • recreational and skill-building groups
  • peer support and substance use and brain injury (SUBI) (by referral only)
  • an opportunity to learn psychosocial and adjustment skills such as anger management, depression support, self-esteem support, ABI education, communication and social skills

Tue-Thu 9am-12noon * hours may vary

Areas Served Halton Region
Boundaries Halton Region
Eligibility People 16-65 years of age living with the effects of an acquired brain injury

To register, clients can access the online form which is provided by the Day Program Group Leader or Senior Staff

Languages English
Fees None

Site Information

Site Location Oakville (Bronte Creek)
Located In Community Oakville
Address & Map
3114 Dundas St W
Oakville, ON L6M 4J3
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Intersection Valleyridge Dr and Dundas St W
Physical Access Fully Accessible


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