About the group
This is a communication support and self-management programme for stroke survivors living with a communication disability (aphasia, dysarthria, dyspraxia) following a stroke. The programme is part of our Stroke Recovery Service and offers 18 communication support sessions and 18 weeks of self-management and socialisation development.
The Stage Two programme is delivered by a Stroke Recovery Coordinator and a registered a Speech and Language Therapist. The programme continues to support those who are rebuilding communication skills post stroke, Stage Two also assists with the development of self-management and socialisation skills to help stroke survivors adjust to life after stroke as well as how to more effectively manage this long term condition.
- Group based and one-to-one development support.
- Maximum 15-20 participants per programme.
- Communication Skills Development.
- Self-management techniques.
- Individual Stroke Recovery Plan.
- Goals set and reviewed.
- Education and awareness of stroke and aphasia for stroke survivors and family members.
- Builds confidence, mutual support and increase self-esteem.
- Personal development programme including Aphasia Café, arts and social activities.
- Developing friendships and peer support in an enjoyable, safe and fun setting.
For more information, please contact Anne Graham, Stroke Recovery Services Lead on 028 9050 8050 or via email@example.com.