We offer our clients a welcoming and friendly atmosphere from all of our staff at the centre. All activities we have on offer are flexible and can be adapted to ensure they meet all clients' individual needs and help them to maintain, and hopefully improve, their mobility.


A pleasant home cooked lunch is provided by the Ouston Community Centre's Meals On Wheels, giving clients a chance to engage with each other and socialise.

We also continue to inform and promote the understanding of brain injury, providing talks to organisations and businesses, using the experience we have gained at NeuroActiveUk.

Our daily activity sessions consist of a range of light exercises and sporting activities to suit the individual needs of clients. We assist those with brain injury and strokes to maintain fitness and independence through a range of tailored activities. A Neuro-physio, counsellor and massage therapist regularly attend sessions and work with our clients.

We offer sport such as badminton, table tennis and football adapted to suit our clients needs. We have a range of gym equipment including exercise bikes, recumbent exercise bikes, treadmills and other specialist machinery. Clients can also take part in various arts and craft activities, play games which help with cognitive issues and learn to cook.

Most importantly clients can socialise in a safe environment with people who understand their situation.



Clients can make a self-referral or can be referred through their social worker, GP, along with other support agencies.



For up to date prices please contact us.

Meals on Wheels



More information about our

Meal on Wheels service.


Mondays, Wednesdays and Thursdays
Ouston Community Centre


We provide a welcoming atmosphere, activities and support for people with brain injuries and strokes, along with a tasty home cooked lunch. 


Thursdays, 9am-3pm

Ouston Community Centre


The NeuroActiveUk team will be available to answer all and any questions. Drop in at any time between 9am-3pm. Everyone welcome.

Registered charity 1183238


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