After a stroke, many stroke survivors and carers may become socially isolated as they are no longer able to access the activities and groups they did prior to the stroke. As a Stroke Café Volunteer, you will assist in the running of Stroke Cafés.

Stroke Cafés provide peer and social support for stroke survivors and carers, and enable them to share experiences with others in the same situation.They can also offer Café members the opportunity to join or create voluntary groups in their area.

Please read the full role description before applying. We have Stroke Café Supporter roles available in the following locations:

Area Role Specific Information  Contact
Newton, Chester We would need you every other Wednesday, 9.45am to 12pm. We need four people all aged over 18. Karen Davies on 0151 625 6483 or karen.davies@stroke.org.uk
West Dunbartonshire There will be an expectation of two hours per month and some additional hours as and when required to arrange speakers, outings and attend training. We need two people aged over 25. Maureen Hunter on 07703 319220 or maureen.hunter@stroke.org.uk
Aberdare We need one person aged over 18 for fortnightly coffee get-togethers on a Tuesday, from 10am - 11.30am. Confident character required, that feels comfortable facilitating conversation. Lauren Heath on 07932 265 274 or Lauren.Heath@stroke.org.uk
Blaenau Gwent

We are starting a new stroke support coffee meet, to provide peer support to stroke survivors and their carers. We will be meeting fortnightly on a Thursday afternoon – times tbc. Confident character required, that feels comfortable in facilitating conversation. We need two people aged over 18.

Lauren Heath on 07932 265 274 or Lauren.Heath@stroke.org.uk
Swansea We are starting a new working age stroke meet. We will be meeting monthly on a Tuesday morning – 10.30am to 12.30pm. Confident character required, that feels comfortable in facilitating conversation. We need two people aged over 18 Lauren Heath on 07932 265 274 or Lauren.Heath@stroke.org.uk 

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