Stroke Information Service

advice, information and support to stroke survivors,families, carers

What does it do?

A case worker is available to assist you to access services that you may require to support your return to day-to-day life. 
Advice and support is available for practical things like:
 · filling in forms
· applying for benefits
· assistance with looking at housing needs
· assistance with adaptations that are required
· arrange other practical assistance
· support to return back into employment
· signposting to other relevant services/agencies
· put people in contact with other Stroke survivors
· or just be a listening ear!
 Support and advice
We can help you to link with existing Support Groups or help you to set up a new Self Help Group through Bassetlaw Self Help which is also based at Bassetlaw Action Centre.
Participating in a self-help group can provide a platform during the rehabilitation journey, and gives you access to someone to talk to about your experiences.

Who it is for?

The service provides advice, information and support to stroke survivors, their families and carers for as long as it is needed.

Where it is available?

Local service (Bassetlaw).

What it costs:

Please contact the organisation

How to access or apply for it:

Contact: Jayne Bullock
Bassetlaw Action Centre
Canal Street
DN22 6EZ

Telephone: 01777 709650 

Additional information:

The Bassetlaw Stroke Information Service is a new service for Bassetlaw, funded by NHS Bassetlaw & Nottinghamshire County Council and delivered to you by Bassetlaw Action Centre.


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