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ORGANIZATION: Midwest Brain Injury Clubhouse

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The Clubhouse is a not for profit organization that provides lifelong services and support to the elderly, disabled, and survivors of brain injury and stroke.

An activity assistant helps some of our elderly and lower functioning members complete tasks and activities. An activity assistant should be a patient and kind hearted individual who is willing to help people with various cognitive delays and neuropsychological impairments.

Responsibilities of an activity assistant would involve being partnered with a member for the day. The assistant would be expected to keep their members focused and task oriented. The member and activity assistant will work sided by side participating in activities like morning exercises or arts and crafts. The pair will also work together to complete tasks such as journaling and office secretarial duties. The activity assistant should remind both themselves and the member that they are there to help, not do the member tasks for them.

This is an excellent opportunity for you to be involved in a grass roots organization providing innovative services and support to those having suffered a brain injury.

If you have an interest in joining the team contact Tammiko via email tammiko@mbiclubhouse.org

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About Midwest Brain Injury Clubhouse


1021 W. Adams, Suite 200, Chicago, IL 60607, US

Mission Statement

Mission Statement: To provide life long rehabilitative services and support to those affected by brain injury or stroke.


The Clubhouse is a unique place where individuals can come to relearn skills through the work of the day. We like to think of the Clubhouse as our home away from home and the folks here are like family. For many the Clubhouse is the next step in transitioning from a patient back into the real world.


Health & Medicine
People with Disabilities
Community, Health & Medicine, People with Disabilities


We'll work with your schedule.


1021 West Adams StreetSuite 200Chicago, IL 60607



  • Mental Health
  • People Skills
  • Occupational Therapy




  • negotiable

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