Event Category: Community Events

Living Well with Pain Support Group

Northern Rehab Physical Therapy Specialists and Braden Counseling Center, P.C. have partnered together to create a chronic pain support group in the DeKalb/Sycamore area. Living Well With Pain Support Group will meet on the first and third Mondays of each month from 5:00 – 6:00 pm at Braden Counseling Center, 2600 DeKalb Avenue, Suite J, in Sycamore (in the building with H&R Block across from Northwestern Medicine Kishwaukee Hospital).

This free support group led by Masters Level Therapist Nicole Bowker and Board Certified Physical Therapist Kristin Christian is designed for anyone seeking support with any type of chronic illness or pain. Attend for the opportunity to learn from others, share your experiences (or just listen to other’s experiences), and learn new coping strategies in an informal setting.

The group meets every first and third Monday of each month. Everyone is welcome at this open forum support group and there is no charge to attend.

For additional information about this support group, please call Braden Counseling Center at (815) 787-9000 or visit their website at www.bradencenter.com where you can e-mail or chat with them. For more information on Northern Rehab please visit their website at www.northernrehabpt.com.

Books and Barks

Wednesday evenings • 6:00pm. Books and Barks is a unique program that provides children with an opportunity to practice their reading skills by reading aloud to a Canine Good Citizen. The goal of Books and Barks is to create a positive, non-threatening, and fun environment for independent reading.

Space is limited, registration required.

Hinckley Senior Adults Game Day

A group of senior adults meets on the first and third Thursdays of every month to play cards, dominoes, or any game you bring. Join us upstairs in the Hinckley Community Building (100 N Maple Street). No registration required.

Books and Barks

Wednesday evenings • 6:00pm. Books and Barks is a unique program that provides children with an opportunity to practice their reading skills by reading aloud to a Canine Good Citizen. The goal of Books and Barks is to create a positive, non-threatening, and fun environment for independent reading.

Space is limited, registration required.