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Stroke Central New Zealand Inc.

Guiding those affected by stroke through the journey to recovery

Stroke Central Zew Zealand Inc.

‘A Voice for Stroke Survivors’

Stroke Central New Zealand Inc.

‘Partners In Recovery’

Raising awareness of stroke, primary stroke prevention and support for those affected by stroke.

Every hour, someone has a stroke.
Every 5 hours, someone dies from stroke.
Stroke is the third leading cause of death. 
There are over 50,000 people living with stroke aftermath, and about one third of them require assistance in everyday living.
Overall, one third of people affected by stroke are younger than 65 years.

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What is Stroke Central New Zealand?

Stroke Central New Zealand Inc. is a not-for-profit, member-based support organisation for Stroke Survivors and their whanau.

Our mission is to encourage and enhance care to support Stroke Survivors, their Carers and Families and to promote Stroke Clubs.

We provide a Community Stroke Advisor Service and other support within the Central Region of New Zealand as well as promoting Stroke Awareness and Primary Stroke Prevention to the whole of New Zealand to reduce the risk of stroke. 

Get involved in #DontBeTheOneNZ 

#DontBeTheOneNZ is our campaign to raise awareness and educate on the prevention of stroke and other diseases through the promotion of living an active and healthy lifestyle.

Become a member today

Stroke Central New Zealand invites the Stroke Community to become members.

Support our services to stroke survivors in your local area.

Become a member today

Stroke Central New Zealand invites the Stroke Community to become members.

Support our services to stroke survivors in your local area.

Stroke Central

We are here to support stroke survivors in recovery and their carers.

Our Stroke Network

The Stroke community plays a vital role in improving the social networks of those affected by stroke in the community.

 
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Community Stroke Advisors

Our Community Stroke Advisors provide information and support to people affected by stroke, their carer(s) and family/whanau.

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Make a referral

Stroke survivors can be referred for further advice and support.

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Volunteer

If you would like to help us with some of your time or services please contact us!

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Key Facts about Stroke

Stroke is the second single largest killer in New Zealand. Did you know:

in three New Zealanders can't recognise the signs of a stroke

New Zealanders have a stroke every day

stroke survivors live in New Zealand

New Zealanders suffer a stroke every year