Rocky Mountain Stroke Support Group
The Rocky Mountain Stroke Support Group at The Medical Center of Aurora was created in 1989. With nearly 40 members, it is one of the largest stroke support groups in the metro Denver area. The group fosters physical and emotional healing after a stroke.
The stroke support group provides support, socialization and education on such topics as:
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The stroke support group is led by Debby Sanders, a speech therapist for more than 25 years. She has extensive experience in helping stroke patients and their caregivers to heal and connect with others after a stroke.
Stroke Support Group Community Involvement
The stroke support group is actively involved in the community. The group recently filmed a movie, "Have a Little Faith," which was funded through a National Stroke Association grant. The film illustrates how attending a stroke support group can help people become motivated to live more productive lives.
Free and open to everyone
Rocky Mountain Stroke Support Group Meeting Time
Every Tuesday 10:00 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.
Rocky Mountain Stroke Support Group Location
Meeting Room 1
The Medical Center of Aurora
1501 S Potomac St
Aurora, CO 80012
Contact the Rocky Mountain Stroke Support Group
For more information, please call (303) 695-2836.