The group enjoying a gardening talk from expert Peter Jackson
Welcome to The Cambridge Stroke Group
The Cambridge Stroke Group is a support group for all stroke survivors in Cambridgeshire. The group, a small charity run entirely by volunteers, was created with the joining together of Different Strokes, Cambridge and The Stroke Association to help provide a comprehensive support group for all those, of any age, who have had a stroke or similar injury
The Cambridge Stroke Group provides support and a lifeline to its members, helping to transform their lives and speed up recovery after a stroke by gaining independence, establishing new friendships and experiencing new activities.
The aim of the group is to provide a meeting place in a friendly and caring environment for people who have had a stroke, and their families, carers and friends. It is a place away from the hospital that offers emotional and social support to stroke survivors and a chance to meet others who have also experienced the potentially devastating effects of having had a stroke.
Our drop-in meetings are calm, friendly and informal and everyone is welcome to pop in for a cup of tea or coffee and a chat.
We meet every Thursday afternoon between 1pm – 4pm at the David Rayner Centre, Great Shelford.
No meeting at The David Rayner Centre – 4th & 11th October
No Tai Chi on Thursday 6th and 13th September
Day Trips coming up:
Don’t forget to hand in your Cambridge Evening News Tokens to any branch of the Cambridge Building Society before Friday 17th August.
Remember to label them for the Cambridge Stroke Group.