Stroke Clubs play a vital role in improving the lives of those affected by stroke in the community. Through varied and innovative activity programmes delivered by dedicated organisers and volunteers, the Stroke Clubs make a huge difference to the quality of life for local stroke people. At the same time, it offers carers a bit of much needed respite time knowing their loved ones are in a safe and comfortable environment.
Not all the Stroke Clubs in the region are affiliated with the Stroke Foundation Midland Region Inc. and for most of the clubs; you do not have to be a member of the Stroke Foundation to join. They are local initiatives, organised by volunteers. These are people with a heart for the community and often have a personal relation with Stroke.
The Hamilton Stroke Club meets on the fourth Wednesday of each month at the Marist Rugby Club Rooms on the corner of Old Farm Road and Dey Street,
Providing friendship and support for those who have suffered a stroke. The Cambridge Stroke & Rehabilitation Club meets every Thursdays
Our club, known as the Te Awamutu Stroke Club although the official title is Te Awamutu Stroke and Elderly Support, meets every second
The South Waikato Support Group area covers Tokoroa, Putaruru, Tirau, and Mangakino districts. Our membership is open to stroke
The Whakatane club meets every last Saturday of each month starting at 11 am. There is no monthly meeting in December. Meetings are held at the
The Thames Stroke Support Group offers support & Friendship to Stroke People & their families. We are a self sufficient group and we run 2
Stroke Foundation (New Plymouth) Branch has been set up as a Trust. Our new name now is NEW PLYMOUTH STROKE
The South Taranaki Stroke Support Group meets Monthly on the 2nd Thursday of the month at 1.30pm at Ngahuru Home, 50 Gladstone St.