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Recreation and Leisure Groups


Recreation and Leisure Groups for ABI Survivors in Saskatchewan

*This list includes both programs funded by the ABI Partnership and programs that are funded by other sources.


Prince Albert

The North ABI Outreach Team hosts the ABI Drop-In Program. The group includes activities like cards & board games, and to get a little physical exercise, the Wii. Come out and interact with your peers. Meet new people and make new friends. The group meets every Wednesday afternoon from 1:30 – 3:30 pm at the Minto Bowl & Rec Centre 201-13th Street East, Prince Albert.  Coffee will be supplied. The program is free. If lack of transportation is preventing you from attending, please contact Nicole at 306-765-6480 for assistance. 

Coffee Talk, hosted by the North ABI Outreach Team, is a weekly conversation/support group for individuals who have sustained a stroke or brain injury. The group is open to both the survivor and their spouse &/or other support person. The group meets Mondays (except for statutory holidays) at 10:30. Location is South Hill Mall, 2995-2nd Avenue West, Prince Albert, in the Community Room.  Please use East Mall Entrance.  Drop in for all or a portion of this weekly group. It is a free program, and refreshments are served. If lack of transportation is preventing you from attending, please contact Nicole at 306-765-6480 for assistance.



The Lloydminster & Area Brain Injury Society (LABIS) is home to the Life Enrichment Program (LEP). For more information, check out the program description on our community programs page, or email Tracy at


The Sports for Life program is an inclusive recreational sports program designed to be a link for young adults ages 18-30 years with an acquired brain injury, who would like to access recreational sports programming within their community.  The weekly sessions provide an inclusive opportunity in which a variety of team sports are played in a friendly and non-competitive environment.  In this setting, the participants learn and develop the fundamental technical skills of each sport, improve their social skills and self confidence. For more information, please contact Radius at 306-665-6682.    


Moose Jaw

Moose Jaw Survivors and Supporters meet for Social Outings on a regular basis.  Dates, times and locations change so please contact Dawn @ 306-691-1591 for more details.

Bowling and Bingo are offered in cooperation with the FHHR Mental Health Program and our Community Support Worker. ABI Clients must register as we have limited space. There is no cost. Anyone interested please contact Dawn @ 306-961-1591 for more details.


**  Note: The Saskatchewan Brain Injury Association (SBIA) runs a number of support and recreation programs across the province. Check our their About Us Wepage for more details.




Acquired Brain Injury Partnership Project