Stroke changes lives. It can have a huge effect on you and your family. With the right help and support your stroke doesn't have to stop you from doing the things you want to do.
This group is quite simply about having fun. Making music by singing and playing with hand percussion or your own instrument.
The group has proved to be essential for the rehabilitation of people effected by a Stroke. It encourages speech, communication, expression and mental health wellbeing, resulting in a more social, confident and 'happy' person.
The Sheffield Emotional Support Service provides counselling and emotional support to stroke survivors, their carers and family members in the Sheffield area. Together with a qualified counsellor, service users can explore any issues arising from the effects of stroke such as loss, anxiety, anger, depression and relationship issues.
The Emotional Support Service is a pilot project in Northern Ireland and provides stroke survivors with free, professional one to one counselling support. The service is staffed by qualified counsellors who are trained in recognising, understanding and working with the emotional effects of stroke.
The Preston Life After Stroke Support Group is the main social contact point between Stroke Association staff, volunteers and stroke survivors in the Preston area. We drink tea and coffee, eat biscuits and cake in a relaxed community atmosphere. There are regular guest speakers who come and talk about stroke-related information.
The Calderdale Stroke Support Service is a service that provides information, advice and support to people who have had a stroke, their families and carers. We can help families prepare for the changes that happen because of a stroke and help them to cope both physically and emotionally. The service also helps people who live alone. The Coordinators can provide home visits and/or telephone s
Local stroke club providing peer support in Surrey. Affiliated to the Stroke Association.
West Norfolk Health and Wellbeing Stroke Group provides four-week block sessions of art and crafts, and we host three blocks a year.
The Cheerful Fridays Club welcomes new members and offers a range of activities including talks, outings, games and communication support. They also provide social and peer support for stroke survivors, carers and their families.
Stroke Care for Newbury and West Berkshire is an independent registered charity with affiliation to the Stroke Association.