Project information

Harlow Stroke Support Group

To Support Stroke Survivors and their carers and family.

The project is ongoing

Charity information

Harlow Stroke Support Group

Harlow Stroke Support Group
  • Need


    To show that their is life after a Stroke.


    Build confidence, show alternate ways to communicate, and help build a quality of life.

  • Aims

    Aim 1

    To Support Stroke Survivors


    » 1. Weekly Dysphasia Group (Communication Group) Show ways to communicate using props, gestures, drawings etc
    » Social Group. Show that there is life after a stroke, education on things that can be achieved, regardless of disability. Help reduce isolation.
    » Monthly events and outings. Trips to Garden centres, pub lunches, night at the dogs, canal boat trips, and information days etc.

    Success will be... Seeing members blossom and regain confidence and self esteem,

  • Impact


    Stroke can take away the life you are use to, stop you working, walking, speaking, or even remembering what you did yesterday.
    This all takes away your quality of life.
    We show ways to regain your self worth.
    We track progress, with surveys, lists of achievements for each member, but just seeing the difference in our members is our biggest success.


    Finance would risk this project.. But we have been fortunate to recieve a grant from the Big Lottery, and continue to fundraise.


    Yearly Monitoring reports and the progress of the group, and the financial status of the group is sent yearly, to our donors.

  • Budget

    Budget - Project Cost: £40,000

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      Amount Heading Description
      £40,000 project project

    Current Funding / Pledges

    Source Amount
    The Big Lottery £178,000 Guaranteed
    Community Foundation £6,000 Guaranteed
    Lloyds TSB Trust Fund £8,500 Guaranteed
  • Background


    Harlow Essex, and the Surrounding Areas



    Any one whom has had a stroke or is looking after a Stroke survivior

  • Why Us?

    Why Us?

    We are the only organisation in this area, to offer our services.

    Read more about the Charity running this project.


    Jean Miley

    Manager/Stroke support worker

    Maureen Radford

    Assistant Stroke support worker

lottery party and Achievement day

lottery party and Achievement day