Stroke Resource Center of Southern Arizona / UA College Of Nursing
Stroke can be devastating event in a person’s life and can often leave significant challenges for the survivor as well as their family. There are few, if any, community services in town that focus solely on the needs of stroke survivors and their caregivers. Because of this, we began the Stroke Resource Center of Southern Arizona.
The Stroke Resource Center of Southern Arizona is a non-profit organization that provides information on the community resources available for stroke survivors and their caregivers. We have compiled and keep updating a wide variety of resources for survivors and their caregivers, which can be found on our welcoming website. For example, information on how to prevent stroke, how to recognize a stroke and how take immediate action, information on stroke support groups, on rehabilitation and home health services, caregiver support, and information on X, can be found on the Stroke Resource Center website.
We are thrilled to announce that as a result of a generous donation from the Gordon Foundation and from several Tucson hospitals, the Stroke Resource Center of Southern Arizona is sponsoring a first ever two night three day “camp” for stroke survivors and caregivers in Tucson, on May 20-22. We have partnered with the Retreat and Refresh Stroke Camp to provide this wonderful experience.