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Saskatchewan Stroke Programs and Groups

Stroke Support Groups offer encouragement and support to people who are working to put their lives back together following a stroke . The groups below are active and invite anyone affected by stroke to join in. If you belong to a Stroke Support Group and would like to have your information posted here, please send information to healthpromotion@hsf.sk.ca.

Living with Stroke
Living with Stroke ™ is offered as a series of regular sessions. Each session features a video, informal group discussions and activities. All sessions are designed to help make living with stroke easier for you and your caregiver. To join a program, please look for the nearest location and ask for the Living with Stroke™ Facilitator when you call.

Programs and Groups in each Health Region
Athabasca Health Authority
BTC Indian Health Services
Cypress Health Region
Five Hills Health Region
Heartland Health Region
Kelsey Trail Health Region
Prairie North Health Region
Prince Albert Parkland Health Region
Regina Qu’Appelle Health Region
Saskatoon Health Region
Sun Country Health Region
Sunrise Health Region



ATHABASCA HEALTH AUTHORITY (Top)

Education Programs for Stroke Issues
These are educational programs that are aimed at primary and/or secondary prevention of stroke. They focus on reducing an individual’s risk from having their first stroke event (primary prevention) or from having another one (secondary prevention). They are also beneficial for helping people adjust to living with the changes associated with a stroke.

i) Living With Stroke™
Click here for more information on the Living With Stroke™ program and a facilitator in your area.

ii) For more information on programming in the Athabasca Health Region please visit their website at www.athabascahealth.ca



BATTLEFORDS TRIBAL COUNCIL HEALTH SERVICES(Top)

Education Programs for Stroke Issues
These are educational programs that are aimed at primary and/or secondary prevention of stroke. They focus on reducing an individual’s risk from having their first stroke event (primary prevention) or from having another one (secondary prevention). They are also beneficial for helping people adjust to living with the changes associated with a stroke.

i) Living With Stroke™
Click here for more information on the Living With Stroke™ program and a facilitator in your area.

ii) To get more information on programming in Battlefords Tribal Council Health Services please visit their website at trib.sasktelwebhosting.com/en/pages/107

CYRPRESS HEALTH REGION (Top)

Education Programs for Stroke Issues
These are educational programs that are aimed at primary and/or secondary prevention of stroke. They focus on reducing an individual’s risk from having their first stroke event (primary prevention) or from having another one (secondary prevention). They are also beneficial for helping people adjust to living with the changes associated with a stroke.

i)   Living With Stroke™
Click here for more information on the Living With Stroke™ program and a facilitator in your area.

ii) For more information on programming in the Cypress Health Region please visit their website at www.cypresshealth.ca

FIVE HILLS HEALTH REGION (Top)

Education Programs for Stroke Issues
These are educational programs that are aimed at primary and/or secondary prevention of stroke. They focus on reducing an individual’s risk from having their first stroke event (primary prevention) or from having another one (secondary prevention). They are also beneficial for helping people adjust to living with the changes associated with a stroke.

i) Living With Stroke™
Click here for more information on the Living With Stroke™ program and a facilitator in your area.
ii) For more information on programming in Five Hills Health Region please visit their website at www.fhhr.ca


HEARTLAND HEALTH REGION (Top)

Education Programs for Stroke Issues
These are educational programs that are aimed at primary and/or secondary prevention of stroke. They focus on reducing an individual’s risk from having their first stroke event (primary prevention) or from having another one (secondary prevention). They are also beneficial for helping people adjust to living with the changes associated with a stroke.

i) Living With Stroke
Click here for more information on the Living With Stroke™ program and a facilitator in your area.

ii) For more information on programming in Heartland Health Region please visit their website at www.hrha.sk.ca


KELSEY TRAIL HEALTH REGION (Top)

Education Programs for Stroke Issues
These are educational programs that are aimed at primary and/or secondary prevention of stroke. They focus on reducing an individual’s risk from having their first stroke event (primary prevention) or from having another one (secondary prevention). They are also beneficial for helping people adjust to living with the changes associated with a stroke.

i)  Living With Stroke™
Click here for more information on the Living With Stroke™ program and a facilitator in your area.

ii)
For more information on programming in the Kelsey Trail Health Region please visit their website at www.kelseytrailhealth.ca


PRAIRIE NORTH HEALTH REGION (Top)

Education Programs for Stroke Issues
These are educational programs that are aimed at primary and/or secondary prevention of stroke. They focus on reducing an individual’s risk from having their first stroke event (primary prevention) or from having another one (secondary prevention). They are also beneficial for helping people adjust to living with the changes associated with a stroke.

i)  Living With Stroke™
Click here for more information on the Living With Stroke™ program and a facilitator in your area.

ii) For information on programming in the Prairie North Health Region please visit their website at www.pnrha.ca 


PRINCE ALBERT PARKLAND HEALTH REGION (Top)

Education Programs for Stroke Issues
These are educational programs that are aimed at primary and/or secondary prevention of stroke. They focus on reducing an individual’s risk from having their first stroke event (primary prevention) or from having another one (secondary prevention). They are also beneficial for helping people adjust to living with the changes associated with a stroke.

i) Living With Stroke™
Click here for more information on the Living With Stroke™ program and a facilitator in your area.

ii)
For more information on programming in the Prince Albert Parkland Health Region please visit their website at www.princealbertparklandhealth.com


REGINA QU’APPELLE HEALTH REGION (Top)

Education Programs for Stroke Issues
These are educational programs that are aimed at primary and/or secondary prevention of stroke. They focus on reducing an individual’s risk from having their first stroke event (primary prevention) or from having another one (secondary prevention). They are also beneficial for helping people adjust to living with the changes associated with a stroke.

i) Living With Stroke™
Click here for more information on the Living With Stroke™ program and a facilitator in your area.

ii) To get more information on programming in the Regina Qu’Appelle Health Region please visit their website at www.rqhealth.ca


SASKATOON HEALTH REGION (Top)

Rehabilitation Centre Patient and Family Information Guide

Education Programs for Stroke Issues
These are educational programs that are aimed at primary and/or secondary prevention of stroke. They focus on reducing an individual’s risk from having their first stroke event (primary prevention) or from having another one (secondary prevention). They are also beneficial for helping people adjust to living with the changes associated with a stroke.

i) Living With Stroke™
Click here for more information on the Living With Stroke™ program and a facilitator in your area.

ii)
To get more information on programming in the Saskatoon Health Region please visit their website at www.saskatoonhealthregion.ca


SUN COUNTRY HEALTH REGION (Top)

Education Programs for Stroke Issues
These are educational programs that are aimed at primary and/or secondary prevention of stroke. They focus on reducing an individual’s risk from having their first stroke event (primary prevention) or from having another one (secondary prevention). They are also beneficial for helping people adjust to living with the changes associated with a stroke.

i) Living With Stroke™
Click here for more information on the Living With Stroke™ program and a facilitator in your area.

ii) To get more information on programming in the Sun Country Health Region please visit their website at www.suncountry.sk.ca


SUNRISE HEALTH REGION (Top)

Education Programs for Stroke Issues
These are educational programs that are aimed at primary and/or secondary prevention of stroke. They focus on reducing an individual’s risk from having their first stroke event (primary prevention) or from having another one (secondary prevention). They are also beneficial for helping people adjust to living with the changes associated with a stroke.

i) Living With Stroke™
Click here for more information on the Living With Stroke™ program and a facilitator in your area.

ii)
To get more information on programming in the Sunrise Health Region please visit their website at www.sunrisehealthregion.sk.ca