Individual & Group Supports
A retired minister is available to meet with you, individually, to talk about the loss of a loved one. Appointment required.
Stroke Support ServicesStroke services offers participation in several different groups as well as participation in various activities and projects about stroke. They include the following:
Stroke Survivor GroupsAnyone recovering from the effects of a stroke is welcome to share experiences, discuss challenges and coping strategies, and engage in projects such as conferences.
Stroke Care Partner GroupCaregivers come together and learn more about stroke, share experiences, discuss coping strategies, and support one another to deal with challenges and life changes.
Couples Group for Stroke Survivors and their Care PartnersThis group provides opportunities to share concerns and problem-solve together to help deal with the changes that stroke has brought into lives.
Living with Stroke
This 6-week series for stroke survivors and their care partners focuses on adjusting to life after stroke. Topics in the series include: communication, physical changes, emotions, reducing the risks of stroke, etc.
For additional information of services available in the community:
- Stroke Support Network – Kingston and Surrounding Communities
- Stroke Services Resource Guide for Frontenac / Lennox & Addington. [link coming]
- South East Ontario Stroke Strategy – www.strokestrategyseo.ca
- South East Ontario Community Care Access Centre – www.se.ccac-ont.ca
The Stroke Support Network - Kingston and Surrounding Communities is partially funded by:
The Ontario Trillium Foundation is an
agency of the Government of Ontario