Our stroke support groups serve stroke survivors and their family, friends, and care partners. Membership is free and open to all involved in your stroke support network!
Who are we?
Members of Stroke Warriors have been affected by all types of stroke, including Moyamoya disease. Our members also include family, friends, and others involved in the stroke survivor’s support system. Membership is free and open to all!
What do we do?
We meet tri-monthly in a warm and open environment. We share our stories, thriving strategies, and empower each other. We invite experts in many fields to speak to the group, including: Neurologists, Dietitians/Nutritionists, Physical Therapists, Occupational Therapists, Speech Pathologists, Nurses, Religious/ Spiritual Leaders, Pharmacists, Podiatrists, and many more!
Meetings are held in both Spanish and English. Please contact us to find out which meeting might be best for you!
Where and when do we meet?
The second Friday of each month at 3pm, on the 16th floor, room 104 of Harlem Hospital Center located at 506 Lenox Ave at 135th street. A light lunch is served!
Two meetings are held each month at the Columbia Community Partnership in Health Center located at 10am at 390 Ft. Washington Ave, between 177th and 178th Streets. A light breakfast is served!
How do I get more information?
Please call Amparo Abel-Bey, MPH at (212)-305-1309 for both sites, to confirm meeting dates and to RSVP.
Please call Laurie Behar at (212) 939-1552 for Harlem Hospital Center meetings only.
Para obtener más información favor de contactar a Lenfis Valdez, MD sobre los Guerreros contra el ACV, (212) -342-3775.
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