Please Note - Stroke Recovery of Canada has been renamed recently by March of Dimes Canada (MODC) to After Stroke. Stroke Recovery Burlington, although retaining the same relationship with the national organization (now After Stroke) will retain its name.
To provide information and emotional support to stroke survivors and their families
To increase public awareness of stroke and its consequences
To promote the return to society of stroke survivors by providing a friendly environment for socialization. Peer support of both survivors and caregivers is the cornerstone of Stroke Recovery Burlington philosophy
To acquaint and educate the community regarding stroke and its impact on the family
Stroke is the third largest cause of death in Canada, and the leading cause of adult disability. After Stroke is necessary because stroke is, by its very nature, socially isolating. After a stroke, survivors are often cut off from the world of work, recreation and fellowship by permanent physical and mental disabilities. Stroke Recovery Burlington provides a community of support and friendship, helping to rebuild lives changed forever.
Monthly Membership Meetings are held every 4th Wednesday of the month at the Lions Club building, 471 Pearl Street at Noon from September through November and January through June. A speaker, entertainment, or group discussion is followed by coffee, tea and snack and social time.
Don't be shy! Come out to a meeting and spend time getting to know folks like yourself, enjoying socialization, participation and education
Various outings: bus trips to destinations and events of interest.
Members can liaise with other chapters of After Stroke.