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Stroke Support Group

January 5, 2013

Have you or a loved one suffered a neurological impairment or injury? We invite you to share your stories and meet others who are in similar situations. Each session will feature guest speakers from the health care community who will provide insight and helpful resources. In addition to providing stroke survivors support, we will also address caregiver concerns.

No registration is required, the session is free. The group meets at Saint Luke’s East Hospital, Legacy Conference Room (third floor), 100 N.E. Saint Luke’s Blvd, Lee’s Summit on January 10th from 6 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.

For more information, Contact Stacey Hittle at 816-347-5746.

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