Kingsley House is a Stroke Association Voluntary Led Communication Group for people with communication difficulties following stroke.
Improving our prediction of recovering language abilities after stroke
What maintains stroke survivors’ continued use of self-managed computer therapy for aphasia?
Through a range of activities and meetings, the Greenhill Aphasia Group provides essential peer and social support. Activities include conversation, keep fit, art and quizzes.
Aphasia is a communication disability that is common after a stroke. It affects people in different ways but can be a devasting condition that can alter all areas of life - such as buying a newspapaer, family relationships, or returning to work.
Aphasia is the communication disability that is common after a stroke. It affects people in different ways but can be a devastating condition that can alter all areas of life - such as buying a newspaper, family relationships or returning to work.
This is a Communication Support Service for the residents of Croydon. There are other gropus run by this service which includes
C plus - Tuesday Afternoons between 1.30pm - 3pm, this is done in blocks of 8 weeks
Aphasia Cafe - Ist and 3rd Thursdays of the mont between 10.30am-12.00pm
Location : Fairfield Halls, Park Lane, Croydon Surrey, CR9, 1DG
This is a communication support service for the residents of Merton and Sutton.
This service covers the Bath area.
Supporting Aphasia – learning communication strategies and building confidence for a life after Stroke.
This service covers the Dorset area.
Communication Support Dorset provides a series of workshops in order to promote life after stroke for people with aphasia.
Referral is via Speech and language therapy or can be direct but dependant on speech and language assessment at a later date.