Hornsby Ku-ring-gai

Meeting day: Fridays (except 6-week school holiday break)

Meeting time: 10:00am – 12:00pm

How to contact: 1300 650 594 or info@strokensw.org.au

The Hornsby Ku-ring-gai Stroke Recovery Club commenced in 1988 with 6 rehabilitation patients from Hornsby Hospital.

We regularly have a membership of about 30 and average around 20 at our meetings.

We meet weekly on Friday from 10:00am-12:00pm (except for a 6 weeks break over Christmas & New Year).

We are a social group which participates in a variety of activities including motor skills, gentle exercise, board games, table top games, puzzles, cognitive challenges, friendly team competitions and quizzes, plus more.

We also have in-house guests and speakers of interest and go out for excursions as well as participate in functions with other clubs.

Our members see their club as being;

  • A multicultural group of many backgrounds who share and mix freely with each other.
  • A mixed group of singles and couples of varied ability who are friendly and supportive of each other and their individual needs
  • Members who are cared for and treated equally with time shared with each and every one of them.
  • A place where members are encouraged to take part in whatever activities are offered to the best of their ability, which brings smiles to many faces.
  • We have ‘been there’ and ‘done that’ and welcome newcomers with whom we can share mutual experiences.                                                                 

Between February and March 2023, the Hornsby Club engaged in an art project in which they chose their favourite animal and painted them on a blue eucalyptus gum tree. They titled the artwork ‘Our Stroke Club Family Tree’.

For more information about the Hornsby/ Ku-ring-gai Stroke Recovery Club, or to attend a meeting, contact the Association on 1300 650 594 or email info@strokensw.org.au.

The Hornsby/ Ku-ring-gai Stroke Recovery Club would like to acknowledge the Darug and Guringai people who are the traditional custodians of the land that they meet on. We pay our respect to Elders both past, present and emerging. 

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