Local and online stroke support groups

Stroke support groups are a safe and supportive space to try things again, to learn more about stroke and self-care and to build your confidence as you rebuild your life after stroke. Stroke support groups meet in different ways, some are meeting face to face, others are providing support online. To get support and meet other people affected by stroke, click on the tabs below to see what’s available in your local area and online.

You can search for your local group by postcode below or view all groups on a map.

Support services

Our services are commissioned locally, and provide a variety of support options. Click on the ‘Support services’ tab below and type in your postcode.

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Address, City, Zip-Code, Country, ...
1.7 miles
North Oxford Association
The North Oxford Community Centre
Contact name:
We are a small, friendly group open to Stroke Survivors of all ages in the Oxford area. Our members find our group gives them a chance to make friends, share information, get support and gain confidence. We're always happy for new people to join us!
10.5 miles
Our Lady and Saint Hugh Catholic Church
3 Dene Rise
OX28 6LU
Contact name:
Jenny Key
The club provides information and peer support and offers social and recreational activities including games and also offers communication support if required.
12.2 miles
Village Hall
Benson Lane
Cromarsh Gifford
OX10 8ED
Contact name:
Norman Goodall
The Wallingford Stroke Club is a happy and friendly club providing companionship support and cake to stroke survivors and their carers.
12.4 miles
Cornerstone Cafe
Savile Way
OX12 0PT
Contact name:
Lesley Baker
This group has social gatherings with occasional activities. We exchange information on stroke related topics and is open to all ages.
20.4 miles
Lacehill Sports and Community Centre
Catchpin Street
MK18 7RR
Contact name:
Sherry Jones
This is a friendly, supportive group that helps you regain confidence after stroke. The group meets monthly for a range of social and recreational activities such as quizzes, speakers, trips and meals out.
22.2 miles
The Royal British Legion
Downing Road
RG31 5BB
Contact name:
Julie Connell
We are a friendly group open to all adult stroke survivors in the Tilehurst area of Reading.
24.0 miles
Stratton Methodist Church
Ermin Street
Contact name:
Gerald Stephenson
The club hosts varied events such as bingo, entertainment and talks, plus music from Bobby Ven.
24.0 miles
Totteridge Community Centre
Totteridge Drive
High Wycombe
HP13 6UG
Contact name:
Alison Rimmer
This group is for people with communication difficulties such as aphasia.
24.1 miles
The Chequers Hotel
6 - 8 Oxford Street,
RG14 1JB
Contact name:
Judy King
This fun and welcoming group helps people with aphasia to build confidence, develop new skills, make new friends and practice speaking.
24.2 miles
Holy Trinity Church
Amersham Road
High Wycombe
HP15 7PZ
Contact name:
Adele Grass
A friendly and supportive, voluntarily run, self-help group for all stroke survivors and their families in the area. The club places strong emphasis on exercise and making positive progress through activities.