Join the Clubhouse
NEW MEMBERS AND VOLUNTEERS ARE ALWAYS WELCOME!
Productivity and Purpose
Through "work-ordered-days," Seattle BrainWorks Clubhouse activities shape the Clubhouse member's life, increasing interactions with supportive peers and staff, helping the member with initiation and sequencing, improving daily productivity and giving Clubhouse member a new sense of purpose.
The Business Unit completes much of the administrative work of Seattle BrainWorks. Members have the opportunity to use computer programs such as Microsoft Word and Publisher as well as the Internet, e-mail and social networking sites. Members manage a snack bar and write a newsletter. We help members prepare for their return to work, school, or volunteer activities.
The Kitchen Unit prepares a healthy and nutritious meal for lunch. Members participate in menu planning, shopping, budgeting, and meal preparation.
The Wellness Program provides exercise classes, educational programs and speakers on a variety of topics of interest to people living with brain injuries.
Members must have brain injury and be able to:
- Take care of personal needs or be accompanied by a caregiver
- Take Medication independently
- Engage and actively participate in activities peacefully with others
- Stay within program perimeters
- Be able to participate with limited supervision
- Not be under the influence of alcohol or illegal intoxicating drugs while at Clubhouse
To visit the program, please contact the Program Director, Matt Mast at 206-826-1072 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
More information at the member create site www.seattlebrainworks.org