University of Kentucky’s Center of Excellence in Rural Health details the benefits of Hazard’s stroke support group. The monthly support group is one of many services offered to stroke patients and caregivers by Kentucky Care Coordination for Community Transitions (KC3T). For more information, the full text of CERH’s article is available by clicking here.
Keisha Hudson has registered the monthly support group on the National Stroke Association’s website, www.stroke.org . This exposure will be beneficial as the group continues to thrive. New patients and caregivers can search for support groups in the Hazard area and find out how to connect to Kentucky Care Coordination for Community Transitions services. The national association has provided free resources and education to the stroke community for three decades. Thanks, Keisha, for spreading the word about your community activities in Hazard.