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LINKS / RESOURCES
OTHER SUPPORT GROUPS IN GAUTENG

FACILITYCONTACT PERSONCONTACT DETAILS
Boksburg Stroke Aid Counselling/Home VisitsMrs Pixie Anderson(011) 826 1373 Evening Only
Fax (011) 826 1373
Email russel@netactive.co.za
Germiston East Rand Stroke Aid - CounsellingMrs Marie Holder(011) 902 1434 Fax (011) 902 1432 Email holders@global.co.za
Lenasia Senior Citizens Park ComplexSocial Worker(011) 852 6016 Fax (011) 852 6029 Email rodruth@absamail.co.za
Norwood Stroke Aid - Jabula Recreation CentreSandra Colombick, Julia Pienaar(011) 485 0235 Fax (083) 266 7508 www.strokeaid.co.za
Headway GautengJune Cruickshank, Tamwyn Bernath(011) 442 5733 Fax (086) 723 8051 Email headway@iafrica.com
Southern Suburbs JaftaSocial Worker(011) 435 0705 Fax (011) 435 0705 Email Jafta@info.co.za
Pretoria Tshwane BIG Brain Injury GroupGert van RensburgFax (012) 333 0393
University of Pretoria Stroke Support GroupMrs Glen Goldblum(012) 460 8329
Simunye Support GroupNikki de Beer(082) 560 7717 (082) 270 4507
Roodepoort/Maraisburg CounsellingLesley Dale(011) 472 2287 Email addied@dantex.co.za
South RandSylvia Birkhead(083) 267 3528 Email sylvia@icon.co.za
Soweto Stroke AidDaphne Mnyundu(011) 984 1727 (074) 272 7019
SpringsViv van Niekerk(011) 818 1373
Pretoria Support GroupDerek Brummer(084) 270 4507 www.strokesupport.co.za


BELOW ARE SOME LINKS WHICH YOU MAY FIND
HELPFUL

http://www.mystroke.co.za

Facilitates the coordination of activities of healthcare practitioners, stroke survivor support groups and interested parties to enable the significant advances made internationally to improve the outcome of strokes to now be implemented in South Africa.

http://www.ncppdsa.org.za

NCPPDSA is a leading disability organisation with experience of enabling, supporting and enhancing the quality of life for persons with disabilities. The NCPPDSA strives to make South Africa a country where persons with disabilities have access to equal opportunities and rights.



http://www.gpapd.org

Working closely with various Government and Community structures in Gauteng, the GPAPD is able to respond to the needs identified within a community to provide assistance to persons with primarily physical disabilities. GPAPD has a dedicated group of committed, professional personnel who strive to improve the quality of life of persons with disabilities and their families in the Gauteng Province.

The GPAPD is a proud member of the National Council for Persons with Physical Disabilities in South Africa (NCPPDSA).




http://www.apd.org.za

The Association for the Physically Disabled (APD) is a registered non-profit organisation helping people with most forms of physical disability.

OFFERING
  • SOCIAL WORK SERVICE

  • HOME BASED / ATTENDANT CARE SERVICE

  • ASSISTIVE DEVICES RENTALS

  • RECRUITMENT – EMPLOYMENT TRAINING AND OPPORTUNITIES

  • LEAN ON US HOME CARE AGENCY





http://www.charitysa.co.za/people-for-awareness-on-disability-issues-padi.html

PADI is an organisation of and for people with disabilities whose main objective is to educate and create awareness on matters relating to disability.



http://www.headwaygauteng.co.za/

Headway Gauteng offers various support programmes to survivors of brain injury (BI) and their families. Headway Gauteng is able to offer information, practical advice and better understanding about what this will mean for the future and how the family can make a meaningful contribution to the recovery of the injured individual.


http://www.strokesurvivors.org.za/

Aims to create a national network that provides post-discharge rehabilitation and support for stroke survivors, their families and caregivers.


http://www.cemobility.co.za/

CE Mobility is a leading wheelchair manufacturer and distributor in South Africa. They specialise in wheelchairs but their product range covers everything you may need to assist you with your everyday activities.



http://clinicalemergencies.co.za/

Clinical Emergencies offers a vast range of mobility and home-care equipment designed to improve the lifestyle of those in need of special care.


https://www.abilityassist.co.za/

Ability Assist sells assistive devices as well as medical equipment.

http://www.frailcare.co.za/

Frail Care is a dedicated website for those looking for a nursing home or nursing accommodation for a person who requires 24 hr nursing care.

http://www.age-in-action.co.za/

Formerly "The South African Council for the Aged", now known as "Age-in-Action” aims to protect and promote the interests and well-being of all elderly persons.







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