About The Stroke Association of Victoria

The Stroke Association of Victoria provides support to stroke survivors and carers across the state. Recovery from stroke is possible; but it can take an extended period of time. We are focused on assisting people with access to local information that suits their needs, peer support and recovery-based activities to help them re-engage with their community.

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The Stroke Association of Victoria is developing support centres in all of the major health regions of Victoria.

  • Vision

    A life after stroke for everyone

  • Mission

    Provide every stroke survivor and carer access to the information and support services they need to re-engage with their community.

  • Impact

    Provision of community-based support services in every region of Victoria to aid in recovery post clinical care, with documented measurable outcomes

Our Support Centres

We run a number of Stroke Support Centres across Victoria, focused on ensuring community inclusion for stroke survivors. Our Centres are a local hub for stroke survivors transitioning out of clinical care where they can receive support and education on real-life needs and services.

We also have a strong focus on carers and ensuring those persons vital to an individual’s recovery are also supported.

Our aim is to bridge the gap from when a stroke survivor leaves clinical care to when they are able to re-engage with their community. Our Centres are open to all stroke survivors and carers, no matter what stage of the stroke recovery journey.

Peer support programs have been shown to effective for improving socialisation, healthy coping, and role attainment.

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