Stroke support services in Exeter
Aphasia Support Group
The Aphasia Support Group is an informal and supportive group where people can have conversations at their own pace with others who understand what Aphasia is like.
Meet other people with aphasia
Relax and be yourself – you don’t have to talk
The group meets every 2nd and 4th Monday of the month from 2-4pm at the Mint Methodist Church on Fore Street, Exeter. Refreshments are provided.
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Barbara Chalk, Aphasia Drop In Group Co-ordinator - firstname.lastname@example.org
Helen Mann - email@example.com
Connect is a charity for people living with aphasia. At Connect, we work alongside people with aphasia and their families to develop communication and rebuild confidence.
People with aphasia are involved in everything we do at Connect, acting as trustees, staff members, advisors and volunteers. Our mission is to improve the lives of people living with aphasia, by helping them to re-connect with life.
Exeter & District Stroke Club
Exeter & District Stroke Club meets on a monthly basis on the first Tuesday of the month.
Service type: Information, advice and support | Re-ablement and social inclusion | Stroke clubs
For more information on this service please visit: www.stroke.org.uk/exeter-district-stroke-club
Mrs Marion Le Messurier
East & Mid Devon Peer Support, Information & Advice Service
This service is for Stroke survivors of any age, carers and family members
Service type: Information, advice and support
For more information on this service please visit: www.stroke.org.uk/east-mid-devon-peer-support-information-advice-service
Forde House, Harrier Way
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