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Stroke Central Region

Stroke is a leading cause of major disability.

Our Field Officers and Stroke Community guide those affected by stroke through the journey to recovery.

Stroke Central Region

Stroke is a leading cause of major disability.

Our Field Officers and Stroke Community guide those
affected by stroke through the journey to recovery.

Stroke Central Region

Stroke is a leading cause of major disability.

Our Field Officers and Stroke Community guide those affected by stroke through the journey to recovery.

Become a member today

Stroke Central Region invites the Stroke Community to become members.

Support our services to stroke survivors in your local area.

Become a member today

Stroke Central Region 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 Community

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

Field Officers

The Stroke Central Field Officers provide information and support to people affected by stroke and their partner, carer(s) and family/whanau.   Read more

Make a referral

Stroke survivors require regular follow up in the community and should be referred for further therapy or specialist assessment depending on their problems.   Read more

Volunteer

If you would like to help us with some of your time, services or with a much appreciated donation, please contact us!   Read more

What is Stroke Central?

Stroke Central Region Inc., (SCR) is a not for profit organisation which originated as a member-based supportorganisation for Stroke Survivors and their family/whanau. Our mission is to encourage, and enhance care to support Stroke Survivors, their Carers and Families and to promote Stroke Clubs.

We are the only dedicated stroke organisation that provides Field Officer Services and other support withinour Region, (the lower half of the North Island). We promote solutions through public education including Stroke Awareness to reduce the risk of stroke. All funds raised are used to meet these ends.

Our organisation’s progress and achievements have given many people and families a better quality of life after stroke. We do this by sharing our resources to promote our vision to be Partners in Recovery for StrokeSurvivors.

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

Latest News

Stroke Awareness Week

3rd-14th April 2019 THE BIG BLUE WEEK! It's a simple idea: Groups all over the region will host their own BIG BLUE EVENT and invite people from all over the community. This social event is a chance for people from all walks of life to gain some extra knowledge about...

Appeal Days

THE STREET APPEAL Stroke Central Region traditionally collect with the annual street appeal, which will be held on the 5th & 6th of April 2019. We are introducing a Saturday collection across the region, which will enable young people to be involved in...

Blue For Stroke Day (Schools and Colleges)

BLUE 4 STROKE DAY is a mufti day style event that schools across the community can participate in. Students wear blue and have some fun at the same time as raising awareness and learning about Stroke.

Join Stroke Central!

Join as a paid or unpaid member! It's your choice. Stroke Central Region provides essential free services to Stroke Survivors and Carers. We welcome people from all walks of life to participate, volunteer or become a member of Stroke Central. To join or get more info...

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