© The Guernsey Stroke Association 2016
The Guernsey Stroke Association
A Guernsey charity helping stroke sufferers locally and promoting awareness in the community. We started at the KE VII Hospital in 1980 and went on to become a Guernsey Registered Charity in 1994, (registered charity number 199). The GSA offers support to people with strokes, their families and carers through a range of detailed information, booklets and advice. We also meet every Wednesday from 2.30 to 4.00pm in the Emma Ferbrache Room at the Princess Elizabeth Hospital where patients can work with trained volunteers in a convivial and social atmosphere. We endeavour to promote awareness for the prevention of strokes, through talks and literature. We provide support and advice for both stroke sufferers and their families. All our services are free to stroke sufferers.  The charity also fund-raises to help supply equipment and provide social events for the benefit of our members.

About the Guernsey Stroke Association

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About the Guernsey Stroke

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The Guernsey Stroke Association
A Guernsey charity helping stroke sufferers locally and promoting awareness in the community. We started at the KE VII Hospital in 1980 and went on to become a Guernsey Registered Charity in 1994, (registered charity number 199). The GSA offer support to people with strokes, their families and carers through a range of detailed information, booklets and advice. We also meet every Wednesday from 2.30pm to 4.00pm in the Emma Ferbrache Room at the Princess Elizabeth Hospital, where patients can work with trained volunteers in a convivial and social atmosphere. We endeavour to promote awareness for the prevention of strokes, through talks and literature. We provide support and advice for both stroke sufferers and their families. All our services are free to stroke sufferers.   The charity also fund-raises to help supply equipment and provide social events for the benefit of our members.
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