The majority of stroke support services in Hampshire are provided by the Stroke Association, a national charity that aims to help people who have suffered from a stroke get through their rehabilitation and assist with any new challenges that can come after a stroke. They can also provide stroke support groups – allowing your family to meet others in a similar position.
Hampshire Stroke Support Services
Stroke Association Support Services
The Stroke Association provides a variety of support services for those who have suffered from a stroke.
Stroke Recovery Service
Stroke Recovery Services provide advice, emotional support and information following a stroke. They work with stroke survivors, carers and family members to identify and address physical needs, as well as helping to build a personalised plan to support putting life back together after a stroke. The Stroke Association provides a Hampshire-based stroke recovery service in Portsmouth. You can find out more information by visiting their website or getting in touch using the details provided below:
Communication Support Service
Communication support services help stroke survivors who are living with communication difficulties, such as aphasia, through sessions aimed at developing strategies and helping to rebuild confidence and independence. This service is offered all across Hampshire.For more information on the services available in the county, visit your local link below:
Stroke Recovery Groups in Hampshire
Long term peer and social support is a vital lifeline for those affected by a stroke and their families. Clubs and groups can help you and your elderly relative to find advice, activities and companionship opportunities.
Take a look at your elderly relative’s local Stroke Association support group below to find information on the location, services provided, meeting times and contact details of each:
If you are unable to find a suitable service in your area, you can contact the Stroke Association Stroke Helpline on 0303 3033 100, or email [email protected] and you may be able to find alternative support.