Stroke

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136 Lockyer Avenue, Albany, Western Australia, Australia

Support and therapy for adults with communication difficulties.

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Provides peer support to stroke survivors and carers. Offers a safe environment where survivors and carers can listen and share their own experiences, offer emotional and practical advice, understand and answer questions and share tips and knowledge.

Geraldton Regional Hospital - Shenton Street Geraldton 6530

Provides rehabilitation services to people who have experienced a stroke/TIA.

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3 Solomon Street Fremantle WA 6160

Aims to facilitate conversation between adults with acquired communication difficulty due to neurogenic disability.

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Nedlands, Western Australia, Australia

Provides peer support to stroke survivors and carers. Offers a safe environment where survivors and carers can listen and share their own experiences, offer emotional and practical advice, understand and answer questions and share tips and knowledge.

Dr Michelle Byrnes 0417 964 613

Victor Williams 0419 933 710

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The Niche, 11 Aberdare Road Nedlands WA 6008

Offers support, information, fellowship, advice and education to stroke survivors and their families. Several groups are held across the metropolitan area.

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The Niche, 11 Aberdare Road Nedlands WA 6009

Provides peer support to stroke survivors and carers. Offers a safe environment where survivors and carers can listen and share their own experiences, offer emotional and practical advice, understand and answer questions and share tips and knowledge.

This group meets on the 2nd Wednesday of each month between February and November

from 10am to 12pm in the Craft Room, Belswan Lifestyle Village, Mandurah. Entrance and

parking off Murdoch Drive.

There is no Contact person for this group. Please feel free to come along to the group.

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The Niche, 11 Aberdare Road Nedlands WA 6009

Provides peer support to stroke survivors and carers. Offers a safe environment where survivors and carers can listen and share their own experiences, offer emotional and practical advice, understand and answer questions and share tips and knowledge.

Quinns Rocks, Western Australia, Australia

Provides peer support to stroke survivors and carers. Offers a safe environment where survivors and carers can listen and share their own experiences, offer emotional and practical advice, understand and answer questions and share tips and knowledge.

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Wanneroo, Western Australia, Australia

Provides peer support to stroke survivors and carers. Offers a safe environment where survivors and carers can listen and share their own experiences, offer emotional and practical advice, understand and answer questions and share tips and knowledge.

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The Niche, 11 Aberdare Road Nedlands WA 6009

Provides peer support to stroke survivors and carers. Offers a safe environment where survivors and carers can listen and share their own experiences, offer emotional and practical advice, understand and answer questions and share tips and knowledge.

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School of Sports Science, 35 Stirling Highway, Crawley WA 6009

The UWA Exercise and Performance Centre runs a number of tailored programs aimed at improving the improve health, function and quality of life of patients with a range of chronic and complex diseases. The exercise interventions provided are tailored to help patients meet their current goals, and manage their condition/s.

The Exercise and Performance Centre also supports the clinical training of students undertaking the Masters of Clinical Exercise Physiology, and where appropriate exercise services are provided by postgraduate students under the supervision of Accredited Exercise Physiologists (AEP) and allied health professionals.

List of Specific Programs:
Healthy Hearts – Cardiovascular rehabilitation program designed and facilitated by exercise physiologists with the aims of:
• Changing physical activity behaviours
• Preventing subsequent cardiac events
• Improving activity tolerance, muscle atrophy and circulation
• Improving quality of life, and
• Significantly reducing risk factors for comorbidities

Mediswim – Aqua based exercise rehabilitation incorporating strength, mobility and swimming to target metabolic disease or its risk factors. Exercise sessions are individualized and heart rate monitored. Benefits include:
• Improved insulin sensitivity and blood glucose management
• Reduction in weight and blood pressure
• Reduction in medication dependence

CanMoves – Exercise rehabilitation for patients at any stage of Cancer treatment. Aim to provide support, and through use of exercise as adjuvant therapy throughout the treatment process. Benefits include:
• Reduced risk of cancer recurrence
• Improved quality of life
• Improved management of treatment related side effects

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