Based on the CDC’s guidance, we are taking caution and are cancelling our neurologic support groups, programs, wellness classes, and activities until further notice. LEARN MORE
Support for Stroke Patients
OhioHealth provides excellent stroke care beyond hospital stays and outpatient appointments.
We help stroke patients and their families through the recovery process by offering classes, support groups and local events that bring our community together.
Support Groups for Stroke Survivors
- Stroke Survivor Support Group (SWAT)
- A support group for stroke survivors and their caregivers.
- Young Adult Stroke Support Group
- An education and support program for stroke survivors age 18 to 60, and their families.
To find out which stroke support groups may be available in your community, contact DempseyCenter@ohiohealth.com.
Classes for Stroke Survivors
- Art Therapy - Brain and Stroke Rehabilitation
- Led by an art therapist, the class enhances rehabilitation goals by encouraging creativity.
- Communication Group
- Facilitated by a licensed speech therapist this group focuses on patients with aphasia, apraxia, and other deficits.
- Hope After Stroke
- A focus on stroke education, risk factors and community resources led by an RN and neuroscience social worker.
Connecting You to The American Stroke Association
Our dedicated neuroscience nurse and licensed social worker at The Dempsey Family Education and Resource Center help connect stroke survivors to programs and supportive services through The American Heart Association / The American Stroke Association.
OhioHealth participates in a variety of community events for our stroke survivors such as The American Heart Association’s Central Ohio Heart Walk. OhioHealth also sponsors Stroke Camp, a weekend for stroke survivors and their families to relax, celebrate and collaborate.
To get connected to our support groups, classes, events and more, contact DempseyCenter@ohiohealth.com or
OhioHealth Neurological Rehabilitation
Our team of experts partner with you, other medical professionals and family members to develop an individualized treatment plan that helps you recover from a neurologic condition.Learn More