Chest Heart & Stroke Scotland - Community Support Services

Voluntary Organisation or Charity

Last updated 1 year ago

Chest Heart & Stroke Scotland - Community Support Services

Head Office: 0131 225 6963/ Advice Line (FREE CALL): 0808 801 0899
80 Hanover Street, Edinburgh, EH2 1EL (around km away)
admin@chss.org.uk
Chest Heart & Stroke Scotland
Volunteering Self Help Disability

About the Service

Chest Heart & Stroke Scotland’s No Life Half Lived delivers vital services to people in Scotland who are living with the effects of chest, heart or stroke conditions. Community Support Services provide support for anyone who has any of the 3 conditions as they leave hospital, return home and resume daily life. The aim of our services are to help you overcome or cope with the damage caused by your condition so that you can focus on enjoying life again. You will be supported and helped to relearn or adapt skills so that you can be as independent as possible.

Accessibility

Physically Accessible: Fully
Dementia Friendly: No
Autism Friendly: No

Key Info

Opening Hours

Wed. 10.30am - 12noon

Community Support Support

Community Support Leaflet

No Life Half Lived

No Life Half Lived

Service Usage

Minimum Age:
Cost: Free

Eligibility Criteria

Chest Heart & Stroke Scotland’s No Life Half Lived delivers vital services to people in Scotland who are living with the effects of chest, heart or stroke conditions. After a diagnosis of a chest or heart condition or a stroke, many people experience fear and isolation and struggle with the impact on their lives. Chest Heart & Stroke Scotland won’t stand for that. The care and support we deliver every day ensures everyone can live the life they want to No Life Half Lived Community Support Services provide support for anyone who has had any of the 3 conditions as they leave hospital, return home and resume daily life. The aim of the services is to help you to overcome or cope with the damage caused by your condition so that you can focus on enjoying life again. You will be supported and helped to relearn or adapt skills so that you can be as independent as possible. We do this through our group services and one-to-one support in the community. Services range from communication support for people, who are finding it difficult to speak, read, write or understand what other people are saying after suffering a stroke, through to services for people affected in different ways such as problems with movement, vision, memory or thinking. We are here to listen to you and support you to achieve your personal goals during your recovery. Contact us for more information on any of our chest, heart or stroke services within Inverclyde.

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