Swedish Cerebrovascular Support Group
- Swedish Support Group Line
- (206) 320-4985
- Preferred Contact Method: Phone
- 3rd Monday of each month
- 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM Pacific
- Swedish Medical Center- Cherry Hill Campus/James Tower, Swedish Education Conference Center, Room D
The Swedish Cerebrovascular Support Group provides a place of education, motivation, and support to those diagnosed and/or treated with a cerebrovascular condition. We serve as a resource for family members and caregivers. It is our common goal and purpose to give support to each other, continue to learn from one another and raise awareness of cerebrovascular conditions in our community. The care team at the Swedish Cerebrovascular Center has established a support group for patients that have been diagnosed and treated for Cerebral Aneurysm, Arteriovenous Malformation (AVM), Carotid Stenosis, Stroke (Hemorrhagic/Ischemic), and Cranial Nerve Disorders (Trigeminal Neuralgia/Hemifacial Spasms). The group is open to patients, families and caregivers. This is a welcoming place for you to meet and share with others who have been through similar experiences. Each meeting features a speaker and the goal is to help relieve fears and concerns through education and group discussions. This group is organized through the Brain Aneurysm Foundation, the nation's only nonprofit organization solely dedicated to providing critical awareness, education, support, and research funding to reduce the number of brain aneurysms.
Caregivers welcome, Educational support, Emotional support, In-person support, Regular Meetings, Social support
Open to anyone in the community, Stroke (hemorrhagic) survivors, Stroke (ischemic) survivors, Traumatic brain injury
Please contact the support group before arriving to confirm meeting location, date, and time.
Disclaimer: Our stroke support group registry includes groups that are independent of American Stroke Association. Discussion topics do not necessarily reflect the views of the American Heart Association/American Stroke Association.