If you or someone you care about has had a stroke, our service is here to help provide essential information, guidance and support.
Have you suffered from a stroke?
People who have had a stroke often report feeling isolated and unsupported in their communities. They deal with a range of challenges – relearning skills, difficulty getting back into employment, feeling lonely due to the lack of confidence to socialise.
If you or someone you care about has had a stroke, our service is here to help provide essential information, guidance and support. We will work closely with you and offer a range of support tailored to each individual.
- Hospital and home visits
- Access to support groups
- Support with getting into volunteering and social activities
- On-going reviews to see how you are coping and investigate any unmet needs
- Signposting and referral to other services
- One-to-one support with benefits and form-filling
- Stroke Café: This is a free service for a chance to engage with other stroke survivors, and have a chat over a cup of tea (held every Tuesday 2-4pm at Winchmore Hill United Reformed Church).
We are part of the Enfield Stroke Pathway, jointly commissioned by Enfield CCG and Enfield Local Authority. Our services are available for anybody who has had a stroke and are Enfield residents.
If you would like further information on the Community Stroke service or would like to have a conversation with the team about accessing it, please contact us using the following information:
Telephone: 0207 307 2570