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Organization: Oakville Strokers  
Phone Numbers: 905-842-8791
Glen Abbey Community Centre
1415 Third Line
Oakville, ON
L6M 3G2
Intersection: Third Line and Dundas St W
Location: Oakville (Glen Abbey)
Accessibility: Wheelchair Accessible    Wheelchair Accessible
Hours: Fri 9:30am-2pm
Executives: Diana Berriman - Program Director
905-847-3571 *
Angela Laing - Volunteer Coordinator
905-469-4660 *
Public Contacts: Andrea Watt - Registrar
Donna Chamberlain - Volunteer Representative
905-845-5741 *
Service Description: Ten weeks sessions in the winter, spring and fall * offered in close cooperation with the Department of Recreation and Culture of the Town of Oakville, and the Rehabilitation Department of OTMH * designed to help survivors overcome the aftermath of a stroke by revitalizing their sense of independence, mobility and overall well-being * participants and volunteers meet at Glen Abbey Community Centre on a Friday, between 9:30am and 2pm

Activities include:
  • pool activities (light aquatic and seated exercise with the assistance of pool volunteers for survivors of stroke)
  • card and Wii games
  • stretching exercises
  • arts and crafts
  • other leisure activities and social times
  • special presentations
  • annual Christmas luncheon and outings including bowling, pub lunches and theatre shows

Fees: Nominal fee for each 10 week session
Application: Contact for information
Eligibility / Target Population: Stroke survivors over 21 years of age with physician's consent
* must be able to perform basic self care needs alone (or with minimal assistance)
* must provide own transportation
Languages: English
Area Served:
See Also: Fitness, Recreational and Social Programs for People with Disabilities

This information was last completely updated on May 7, 2018

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Updated May 7, 2018
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A volunteer based registered charity providing a program of recreation, socialization and aquatic exercise for stroke survivors