Stroke Support

AdobeStock_167110964-minRecovering from a stroke can be a challenging time for stroke survivors as they relearn how to care for themselves, overcome mobility issues or change how they communicate. Caregivers can help by encouraging their loved one to be as independent as possible, helping them make their own decisions and promoting participation in leisure activities. To help both stroke survivors and their caregivers navigate these new challenges, Tenet Health Central Coast offers a monthly Stroke Support Group at Sierra Vista Regional Medical Center and Twin Cities Community Hospital. The groups are free and open to anyone in the community who may have questions about life after stroke or who is looking to meet others who may share similar feelings or experiences as either a stroke survivor or caregiver.

HOPE FOR STROKE, Support Group

Founded by Jessie Stone

A group of stroke survivors, caregivers, friends and health care professionals who meet once a month to share stories and to support one another.

Group meetings include special activities, story sharing and an open forum for questions and answers. Occasional physician and health professional guest speakers.

Stroke educational handouts are available.

Sierra Vista:
First Monday of the month in March, May, July, September, November
1:00-2:00 pm
Sierra Vista Auditorium
1010 Murray Ave, San Luis Obispo, CA 93405

Twin Cities:
First Monday of the month in April, June, August, October, December
1:00-2:00 pm
Founders’ Pavilion – Morgan Conference Center
1220 Las Tablas Road, Templeton, CA 93465

For the Sierra Vista or Twin Cities Stroke Support Group, please RSVP or Call:
Market Stroke Coordinator: Kristi Ermigarat 805-434-4362 or [email protected]

*Email addresses are collected during the Stroke Group Meetings in order to share educational information, free events, or to notify members if a class needs to be cancelled.

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For non-life-threatening emergencies, talk with one of our neurosurgeons or neurologists. For life-threatening emergencies, call 911.

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