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Stroke Association -Haringey

• Stroke Recovery Service Haringey
We are the Stroke Association. We believe in life after stroke. That’s why we support stroke survivors to make the best recovery they can. It’s why we campaign for better stroke care. And why we fund research into new treatments and ways of preventing stroke.
If you or someone you care about has had a stroke, our service can provide advice and support to help your stroke recovery. We’ll work with you and people you care about to identify your support needs and plan how these will be met, enabling you to make the best possible recovery.
Who is this service for?
. Stroke survivors of any age.
. Carers.
. Family members.

What does this service offer?
. Hospital and home visits from a dedicated coordinator.
. Assessment to identify your support needs.
. A personalised plan to support your recovery from stroke.
. Regular reviews to track your progress.
. A comprehensive health and social care review 6 months after your stroke.
. Practical and emotional support for carers and families.
. Information leaflets and factsheets in a range of languages.
. Access to our network of support groups and longer terms support in your local community.
. Introductions to other local organisations that can help you.

How does it work?
. You or someone you care about can contact us to make a referral. Your GP or other health and social care professional e.g. from the stroke ward can also refer you.
. We will arrange to visit you at home to find out how we can help you.
. We offer information, advice, and support to you, your family or carer.
. We will keep in contact with you on a regular basis to see how you are doing.
. We will put you in touch with people in your local community who can offer you peer and group support.
. We will summarise your six month review findings in a report sent to your GP.


Groups:
• West Haringey Stroke Support Group meets every Thursday 11:00-13:00 at Abyssinia Court Weston Park Road London N8 9LP.
• Aphasia Café meets every Monday 10:30 -12:00 at Winkfield Resource Centre 33 Winkfield N22 5RP.
Information Drop in:
• Haringey Information Drop In meets the first Wednesday of every month 11:00-13:00 at Wood Green Library 187-197A High Road N22 6XD.

Contact details

Stuart Crescent Health Centre 8 Stuart Crescent Wood Green N22 5NJ

Telephone: 02030742583
Email: Haringeysupport@stroke.org.uk
Website: https://www.stroke.org.uk/

Opening hours: Opening hours: 9-5
Accessibility: Disabled accesss

We offer advice…

On these issues:

Health & community care
Stroke Association offer a home visiting service

To these people:

All adults, Older People

In these ways:

Telephone, Face-to-face Appointments, Drop-in, Email, Web-based information

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