Stroke Choirs

Research has established that singing is an effective method of improving speech following a Stroke and is viewed by participants as much more enjoyable than the traditional one on one speech therapy sessions. . This has lead to the creation of Stroke survivor choirs in NSW.

The Stroke Recovery Association has a number of choirs specific for Stroke survivors. These choirs are conducted by music therapists and assist Stroke survivors in recovery through singing, friendship and a mutual understanding of issues people experience post Stroke. They provide individuals who may experience communication issues with a safe environment in which they can relate to others who understand what they are experiencing.

There are a number of Stroke Choir Groups who meet regularly across NSW to join in song.

Online Stroke Choir

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Brainwaves Choir – Newcastle (Awabakal country)

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KeyStrokes Choir – Crows Nest, Sydney (Eora Nation)

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Postal Address:
PO Box 3401

Telephone: 1300 650 594

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The Stroke Recovery Association acknowledges the First Nations people as the traditional owners, custodians and guardians of country where we live and work. We pay our respect to elders past, present and emerging.

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The Stroke Recovery Association embraces the diversity of our people, such as diversity in disability, race cultural background, ethnicity, age gender identity, sexual orientation or intersex status.

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