We provide a free Field Officer service to Stroke Survivors, Carers and their whanau. Support is enhanced by our 21 Stroke Clubs.
Stroke Central are 'Partners In Recovery' to Stroke Survivors, Carers and their whanau.
We are working in your community to provide free support through our Field Officer Service and our Stroke Community (21 Stroke Clubs).
Raising awareness of Stroke, TIA's, the FAST message are also high on our agenda.
Use of Funds:
Raise funds to support the FREE service our Field Officers provide to Stroke Survivors.
Raise funds to support the new groups and activities we are starting up across the Stroke Community that provide a network of support, in an understanding and motivating environment.
Raise funds to help us provide upto date, accurate and informative resources for people affected by stroke.
We are 'Partners In Recovery'.
Our aim is to support Stroke Survivors, Carers and their whanau.
Our Field Officers provide a free service to Stroke Survivors in recovery.
We support a Stroke Community that involves over 21 Stroke Clubs.
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