• Caring for a loved one involves everyone. Our community is here for the whole family.

Are you a caregiver for a stroke or heart attack victim? Are you dealing with caregiver stress or fatigue and looking for support?

A majority of us will be caregivers at some point in our lives. As loved ones age, debilitating disease, chronic health conditions or simple frailty can soon follow. While some employ paid providers, most rely on unpaid assistance from families, friends and neighbors. Assuming the duties of a caregiver can be extremely stressful. The caregiver burden can lead to fatigue and ultimately over time can cause depression.

Having a strong network of support can help! Remember, in order to care for others, you have to care for yourself! Get tips and advice from other caregivers and share your personal experiences. Become a member today.

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  • This group is for family caregivers of stroke survivors who live with aphasia. Aphasia is a disorder that can happen when a stroke affects the parts of the brain that control language. Here we support each other, understanding how diff...
  • The Stroke Group is a community resource for stroke survivors, family and friends. The Stroke Group offers an opportunity to support one another, inspire each other,  and provide networking.  
  • A stroke can make every day activities challenging. These challenges may be due to a number of stroke-related conditions, such as limb weakness, numbness or paralysis, communication challenges, vision challenges and one-side negl...
  • Any and all conversations regarding seizures associated with post stroke recovery.
  • This group is for survivors who’ve had a stroke before the age of 50. Younger survivors face many issues that those having strokes post-retirement may not, such as raising young children or career and financial challenges. We come toge...
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