Stroke Association of Victoria

Barwon Stroke Support Centre

The Stroke Association of Victoria is the only dedicated community-based support service for people re-entering their lives after having a stroke. We are developing Stroke Support Centres across Victoria, focused on ensuring community inclusion for Stroke Survivors.

The Barwon Stroke Support Centre aims to bridge the gap from discharge to community re-engagement. Through effective connections with community, general practitioners and allied-health providers, we aim to assist each Stroke Survivor with their longer-term recovery. We do this through non-clinical, community-based support and self-led recovery including communication, mood, mobility and community engagement.

Listing details

Address: 22 Richmond Crescent, Geelong 3220 VIC Australia
Organisation type: Community group or not-for-profit – unincorporated
Languages spoken: English
Service area: City of Greater Geelong

Contact: Sienna Posso
Phone: 03 4222 7630
Email: [email protected]

Cost: Free services are provided to the community.
We rely on donations and grants to cover our running costs, if you would like to donate you can do so via our 'Donate Now' button on our website.
Referral: You can access our referral form from this link:
Eligibility: To attend our centre you need to be a stroke survivor or family member / carer of a stroke survivor.
Volunteer opportunities: Yes - We are always looking for volunteers, there is many different roles you can volunteer for within our centre. If you would like to talk about what roles we have available, please give us a call.
Wheelchair accessible? Yes
Public transport access: Yes - We are close to South Geelong Station