Stroke Club

image of powerpoint presention at stroke club The Stroke Club is a vital part of our work providing a social setting for stroke survivors as well as carers. The Stroke Club meets the first Thursday evening of the month (unless specified otherwise) at Sight Matters (Manx Blind Welfare Society) in Corrin Court, Heywood Avenue, Onchan.

It is an informal get together where members enjoy: speakers, entertainers, slide shows and video nights. There is always light refreshments and a raffle. To add variety we often organise trips out. On average about 35 members attend regularly.

The function of the club is flexible and ultimately determined by the needs of the members but we realise that not all those affected by stroke can join in. In such cases we are still here to help in any way we can. Isolation can be a depressing problem and the club is an ideal place to meet other understanding people in a similar situation.

A review of Stroke Club meetings can be found by clicking here and a schedule of forthcoming club events can be found in by clicking here.

To attend the Stroke Club you need to become a member of The Manx Stroke Foundation. Please click here for information on becoming a member.

Coronavirus (Covid-19)

As you will be aware the spread of the coronavirus is a major worry at this time. It is especially concerning to the elderly and those who have underlying health conditions.

We must take this matter seriously and therefore we'd like to draw your attention to our Covid-19 notice.

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