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The Tamworth Stroke Recovery Club meets on the 3rd Wednesday of the month from 10:00am – 12:00pm. This group is open to Stroke survivors, carers and families who may benefit from social support after Stroke.
When attending the Tamworth Stroke Recovery Club, the room is always buzzing with members excited to share their experiences, ideas and lives with each other. A social lunch after the meeting is always necessary and ensures that everyone leaves in high spirits. The Club regularly has outings to places in the local area, and even have mystery bus trips with members of the group!
Sunday 12th – Stroke garden working bee and morning tea
Wednesday 15th – Stroke Club meeting and lunch at West Diggers Club, Tamworth. Members will receive tech training from the Stroke Recovery Association NSW staff. Bring your own devices and learn how to get online!
Wednesday 19th – Stroke Club meeting and lunch (West Diggers Club)
Sunday 23rd – Stroke garden working bee and morning tea
Wednesday 17th – Stroke Club meeting and lunch (West Diggers Club)
Sunday 4th – Stroke garden working bee and morning tea
Wednesday 21st – Stroke Club meeting and lunch (West Diggers Club). This meeting will include cognitive mind and trivia games that are all Aphasia friendly. Bring your pen and a thinking cap to have some fun playing trivia!
Sunday 16th – Stroke garden working bee and morning tea
Wednesday 19th – Stroke Club meeting and lunch (West Diggers Club). This session will be a training day for the Hunter Stroke Olympics! Come and join in the fun.
Friday 4th – Sunday 6th – Outing to the Combined Clubs Morning Tea (Tumbi Umbi, Central Coast). Members will travel by bus and stay in accommodation for 2 nights.
Wednesday 16th – Stroke Club meeting and lunch (West Diggers Club).
Sunday 27th – Stroke garden working bee and morning tea
Sunday 3rd – Friday 8th – Bus trip and 5 nights’ accommodation in Sydney for the Creating Connections Stroke conference in Burwood, Sydney and the ‘Stroke of Art’ exhibition at RPA Hospital.
The Tamworth Stroke Recovery Club would like to acknowledge the Kamilaroipeople who are the traditional custodians of the land that they meet on. We pay our respect to Elders both past, present and emerging.