Gold Coast Stroke Support Group -A supporter of National Stroke Foundation

OAT our March meeting we have a GUEST SPEAKER - CR. Dawn Crichlow OAM, Division 6 Councillor, City of Gold Coast.

The topic will be - my vision for the City of Gold Coast, with the venue The Undercroft, Rear Saint Peter's Anglican Church, Cnr. Nerang & High Streets, Southport on Wednesday, 2 March 2016 from 11am to 12:30pm.

Morning tea will be served from 10:30 am.

Come early and have a chat. [For a Gold Coin Donation] any stroke (or brain attack) survivor members of their family their carer (s) and other interested members of the public are invited and welcome to attend

Talking with others about your experiences, both before and after meetings, can often bring surprising results. A chance word may result in your learning how someone else overcame a problem you have, or the other person discovering how you mastered a problem they have.

Come along to this meeting of the Gold Coast Stroke Support Group for you will almost certainly find someone there who has had a similar experience to your own.

They may be able to suggest from their own trauma ways and means to give you: - A BETTER QUALITY OF LIFE. please remember the national stroke foundation's important message -STROKE IS A BRAIN ATTACK - PREVENTION IS THE KEY!

Finger food luncheon sponsored by Somerville funerals (held bi-monthly) our luncheon day is Wednesday, 6 April 2016.

For further information phone 07 5531 3254 or 0400 849 573 or email colinoxenford@bigpond.com or go to our web site Website: - www.goldcoaststrokesupportgroup.org.au


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