• Communication Support Group

    Communication support group for stroke survivors with aphasia. Eight workshops to help build confidence in communication following stroke. We meet at Loxley House in Dukinfield. Please contact us for more information on the next available sessions.

    Contact for further details: Stroke Association Tameside and Glossop
    Contact phone number: 0161 330 4006

    Frequency: Weekly
    Cost: Free

    Professional Referral: No
    Self Referral: Yes
    Accessible for disabled people: Yes
    Accessible for people with language needs: Yes

    About the host organisation

    Hosted by: Stroke Association Tameside and Glossop
    Organisation Profile:

    Vision Statement: We want a world where there are fewer strokes and all those touched by stroke get the help they need.

    Mission: To prevent strokes, and reduce their effect through providing services, campaigning, education and research.
    We’ve been at the heart of every one of these developments, championing the cause of stroke and stroke survivors.

    Our research has helped to improve treatments and care which has saved tens of thousands of lives.

    Our support services have helped hundreds of thousands of people get through one of the most frightening experiences of their lives and build a life after stroke.

    And our campaigning has touched the lives of even more people through initiatives like the FAST campaign which we developed to help people recognise the signs of a stroke and take emergency action. The Department of Health in England was so impressed with this campaign that they took it up in 2009 and promoted to millions of people.

    Charity Number: 211015