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The Stroke Association of Victoria is committed to providing every stroke survivor and carer access to support services they need to re-engage with their community through our Stroke Support Centres and Peer Support Groups.

The difference between Peer Support Groups and Stroke Support Centres:

Stroke Support Centres

The Stroke Association of Victoria is working towards developing stroke support centres in all of the major health regions of Victoria. The first 3 of these centres have been opened in Boroondara (Kew), Barwon (Geelong) and Bendigo. These centres are run by a Coordinator who manages the activities and programs. Centres host recovery programs as well as social and recreational activities for stroke survivors.

Peer Support Groups

Peer support groups exist across Victoria. These groups are typically run by community members and vary in their activities and facilities. Support groups offer a place for people affected by stroke to come together and learn from each other. Groups are always welcoming to new members and the Stroke Association of Victoria encourages those interested to participate in these community groups.

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