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Enhancing care, services and research
More than 5,000 South Australians experience a stroke each year. Our passionate team is focused on maximising choice, independence and wellbeing for stroke survivors and their families.
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We are here to help South Australians recovering from stroke. Our services include:
- Occupational therapy
- Counselling and wellbeing coaching
- Personalised exercise programs
- Swallowing and speech expertise
- Help with NDIS and My Aged Care
- And so much more. We even help your family or primary support person!
We provide recreational and therapeutic support groups that promote social interactions and encourage creativity.
These include art, singing, cooking or just brain-boosting fun over coffee!
We also offer support groups that are geographically based and specialised to meet your needs, led by our experts as well as fellow stroke survivors and peers.
We invest in world-leading research to improve the acute treatment, recovery and prevention of stroke, including:
- Clinical trials for stroke treatments in the emergency stage
- Investigating ways to repair the brain following stroke using adult stem cells
- Botox therapy for stroke patients with lower limb spasticity
- Investigating causes of Transient Ischaemic Attacks (TIA), or mini stroke
- And much more
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Stroke conference: "Empowering stroke survivors"
You’re invited to our first-ever stroke conference on Monday 9 October at Morphettville Racecourse.
Stroke boot camp bringing exceptional results
Stroke patients undergoing an intensive ‘boot camp’ rehabilitation program are seeing improvement almost three times greater than standard rehab.
Dogs bringing joy to stroke patients
Improving the mood and wellbeing of people recovering from stroke