Stroke Association of Victoria Inc.
The Stroke Association of Victoria aims to help those affected by stroke - we can really make a difference - just ask.
 
Our vision is for a life after stroke for everyone


The Stroke Association of Victoria (SAV) is a proud community organisation of 30 years. SAV is the only dedicated provider of community-based peer support for stroke survivors and carers.

SAV is a member-based organisation with over 30 support groups assisting people around Victoria to re-engage with their community post clinical care. In order to provide comprehensive, rehabilitative support and community re-engagement for survivors and carers, SAV provides a number of programs and activities.

SAV will soon release its next three year plan outlining a clear pathway of support for those facing life after stroke.

Stroke affects hundreds of thousands of Australians every year and we must do more to assist survivors with hands-on support. At SAV, we know that there are some things that only a stroke survivor or carer can know about living a life after stroke and our experienced volunteer support groups are here to help those Victorians who experience a stroke and their families.

To contact us and learn about our state-wide network of support groups, call: 03 9670 1117 Alternately, to contact our Board or staff, please email: admin@strokeassociation.com.au

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The contents of this Website are for the information of the general public in relation to stroke, the causes and prevention of stroke; it has accounts by carers and survivors of life experiences after stroke.
 The contents may be used for educational, rehabilitation and stroke support purposes without further reference to this Association. We use this information to help others and we publish this website to support those who are seeking help and for those who require information about stroke support.
 The Stroke Association of Victoria Inc., the Committee of Management or the Webmaster cannot and will not be held responsible for any consequences resulting from the use of any information, medical or otherwise contained within this site. We always recommend that you discuss health matters with your health professional.