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Life after Stroke Support Group: Twin Falls

  • Venue & Location

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    Gwen Neilsen Anderson Rehabilitation Center

    775 Pole Line Rd. W.
    Twin Falls, ID  83301


Both patients and family members experience major lifestyle changes following a stroke. To help adjust to life after stroke, we offer a stroke support group for patients and families. In addition to group discussion that offers encouragement and support, each meeting includes a brief presentation by a medical expert. We welcome anyone whose life has been touched by a stroke, regardless of where they were hospitalized or treated.

The Aphasia Support Group currently partners and meets with the Stroke Support Group. Aphasia is a disorder involving language comprehension and communication, commonly occurring after a brain injury, such as stroke. Persons living with Aphasia and their families are invited to develop a social network to enhance their communication and well-being through meeting others who are also living with this communication disorder.

Groups are the second Friday of every month from 1-2 p.m.


Registration is required. To register and for more information email us or call:

  • Stephanie Shawver, Stroke Program Manager: (208) 814-4030
  • Amy Brown, Speech Language Pathologist: (208) 814-2594