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Organization: Stroke Recovery Chapter - London and District  
Phone Numbers: 1-800-263-3463 ext 7763
Toll-Free: 1-888-540-6666
Email: londonstrokerecovery@marchofdimes.ca
Website: www.marchofdimes.ca/EN/programs/src/Pages/src.aspx
Address:
c/o Stroke Recovery Chapter - London and District
March of Dimes Canada
10 Overlea Bld
Toronto, ON
M4H 1A4
Street
Address
:
London  
Accessibility: Wheelchair Accessible    Wheelchair Accessible
Hours: Monthly meetings
Contacts: Denise Carpenter - Community Coordinator
March of Dimes Canada
226-787-0040 * dcarpenter@marchofdimes.ca
Service Description: Post-recovery support, education and programs for stroke survivors, their families and caregivers

Works with local peer support groups to provide information, resources and a network of mutual support * local weekly and monthly meetings, activities, and seminars provide an opportunity for stroke survivors to develop new skills, make new friends and gain a better understanding of what to expect

Meeting: Monthly General Meetings - Meets third Tue of the month 1:30pm-3:30pm at Moose Lodge, 6 Weston St, London * call to find out when next meeting will take place

Cookies and Cards - Meets Fri 10am-12noon at Moose Lodge, 6 Weston St, London * no meetings Jul-Aug
Fees: $20 annual membership fee
Application: Call or attend meeting
Eligibility - Population(s) Served: Stroke Survivors and their family members, friends and caregivers * health care professionals and people interested in learning more about stroke
Languages: English
Area(s) Served:
London, Middlesex, Elgin, Oxford and area  
See Also: Diseases and Conditions Support Groups
Stroke

This information was last completely updated on January 23, 2017

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March of Dimes is a community-based rehabilitation and advocacy charity for people with physical disabilities. Our goal is to enhance the independence and community participation of people with physical disabilities every day through a wide range of programs and services across the province.