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  • Welcome to Stroke Care

    Welcome to Stroke Care

    Newbury & West Berkshire

  • Charity for Survivors

    We are a charity created to

    Help survivors and their families

  • Contact Us

    Contact Us

    So we can help

    01635 529360

Stroke Care Challenge


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(Stroke Care for Newbury & West Berkshire)


Our mission is to provide relief & practical support to residents of West Berkshire who have suffered the effects of a stroke, to their families and to their carers.

Our group is structured to support stroke survivors (and their families and carers) from hospital discharge through to independent living.

We provide a comprehensive programme of Physiotherapy, Cognitive therapy, Communication therapy, etc., targeted on rehabilitation and achieving recovery as well as confidence building, providing friendship and support.

Stroke Care for Newbury & West Berkshireis an independent registered charity (Charity number 1027003) with affiliation to The Stroke Association.

If you are a stroke survivor, you are not alone. We were formed to support you – please contact our Family Support Team to review what help is available.

If you are interested in becoming one of our incredible band of volunteers / helpers please contact our Family Support Officer.

Our service provision would not exist without financial support and we’d love it if you can help our funding in any way through donations or fundraising..



Emergency notice
Reopening Tuesday 1st February
Click here for full details

Donations can be made by

Cheque
please send to
Stroke Care for Newbury & West Berks,
c/o 21 Racecourse Road,
Newbury RG14 7GA

Online
please visit our page on 

VirginMoneyGiving.

Offers to support us with fundraising can be by

Online – create a page linked to our page on

VirginMoneyGiving

Contact
Mary Neale –  Tel: 01635 41361

Family Support Service

Our Family Support Service is our initial point of contact for stroke survivors or their families and carers.

How does the service work?

  • We continually monitor the local hospitals for stroke survivors.
  • Either, the hospital, you, your carer or your GP can contact us for a referral.
  • We will try to arrange to visit you in hospital and/or at home.
  • We will offer information, advice and on-going support to both you, your family, and your carer.
  • You can choose to join a local stroke group for additional activities and support.

"We will listen to your concerns and problems and help you to find solutions that work for you."

Latest Parish News

Activities in February 2022

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February 2022
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February is set to be a busy month for Stroke Care Newbury!

The fantastic news is Tuesdays at Woolhampton start again in person on 1st February. Everyone attending will have completed our 'Pre-Attendance Screening Questionnaire' and taken a lateral flow test that morning, to ensure we can open safely. 


On Tuesday 8th February we have a new music therapy activity after lunch with a local folk group led by Leila Riley. There will be lots of participation for all to enjoy!


On Tuesday 15th we are holding our 'Valentines Lunch' and all those involved in making Stroke Care Newbury the success it is will attend. We shall sit down together and enjoy a celebration meal.


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