Stroke Support Services in Kent

Stroke Support Services in Kent

There is lots of help available to people affected by stroke and their families from the NHS and charities in Kent. From large national charities with regional branches, to local stroke support services and groups, on this page you can find out about all the support available to make life easier for people affected by stroke in Kent.

Kent Stroke Support Services

Stroke Association - Stroke Recovery Service

Kent Stroke Support Services

The Stroke Association’s Stroke Recovery Service provide wide-ranging support for people affected by stroke, including practical advice and emotional support. They also understand that stroke affects carers and family members and will work with you to develop a personalised plan to assist in rebuilding life after stroke.

Below, you can find links to the Stroke Recovery Services available in Kent, as well as their contact details.

East Kent - Stroke Recovery Service
Medway & Swale
North Kent
West Kent

Adult Speech & Language Therapy

Adult Speech and Language Therapy in Kent is provided by the NHS Kent Community Health NHS Foundation Trust. They work in community clinics, hospitals, private homes, nursing homes and residential homes to assist patients in managing a variety of communication disorders; including people affected by stroke. You can contact the team using the contact details below.

Stroke Support Groups in Kent

Stroke Support Groups in Kent

Long term peer and social support is a vital lifeline for everyone affected by stroke. Clubs and Groups give people the opportunity to speak to people experiencing something similar to themselves and share advice.

There are a fantastic number of stroke support groups operating in Kent including art clubs, book clubs, exercise and education groups, choirs, and groups simply for discussion and conversation.

Stroke Association Clubs and Groups

Below are a list of stroke groups and clubs in Kent. You can find out more about the addresses, activities and who to contact by following the links below.

You can enter your postcode on the Stroke Association website to find out which of these clubs and groups are closest to you, as well as seeing any new ones that have been set up. Alternatively, you can contact their Stroke Helpline on 0303 30 33 100, who can talk to you about the effects of stroke and what support is available for you.