“Stroke can be devastating, not only for the patient but also for the family and caregivers,” said Brown. “The effects can decrease the overall quality of life for survivors and their families.”
Discussion will include general stroke and support information for anyone affected by stroke, including caregivers. Stroke survivors will have an opportunity to share their experiences.
Stroke affects men and women, with women at increased risk after menopause. Each year, approximately 795,000 people suffer from a stroke, with about 610,000 being first- time attacks.
For more information, please call Brown at 706-272-6022.