This month we have included some photos of Stroke Action Croydon day with Immanuel Williams Neuro Occupational Therapist from Independent Rehab Centre!
Stroke Research Talk delivered to Stroke Action Croydon on 15th November, 2016. By Paula Rowe of Cognitive Neuroscience Research Unit, City University London, on electroencephalography (EEG) study.
The study looks at brain activity that occurs when we view manipulable objects. The research unit hope to use the result of the study to improve rehabilitation methods in the cause of stroke. Paula promise to contact Stroke Action Croydon in a year’s time to give us a feed back on their findings.
Photos – Exercise routine and weekly exercise activity.
We have been coming together at our regular meeting place and carrying on our usual activities of regular chair based exercise with music. Refreshments. Discussion and planning for our Christmas party. And a choice of arts or crafts activities of which crafts activity is very popular with our service users. They enjoy brain Storming Rummikub game.
Julian Powley, Age UK Croydon Healthier Life Style Co-ordinator giving talks about healthier eating at Stroke Action Croydon meeting up.
Stroke Action Croydon celebrates with Tania’s on her birthday. It was fun all the way.
We celebrated carers event week with our clients and their carers. Please see below the photos that were taken on the day:
We at Stroke Action Croydon try to support stroke survivors with a life after strokes.
At our regular meeting for stroke survivors we interacted, socialized and share life experiences with our new members.
We provided social support by way of activities and exercise (see below photos).
We also shared information on general health and well-being.
Stroke Action Croydon is for Stroke survivors, their family members, carers and people with stroke related ailments are also beneficiaries.
We aim to reach all sectors of the community with our constant and static regular exercises.