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Mission Statement:

Our mission is to provide on-line support to survivors of stroke and stroke caregivers. We also want to educate you about stroke and to provide as many resources and other types of information as we can.

We want to bring support to the stroke survivors and other members of the stroke family that want to use the Internet as a medium for bringing a support group right into your home. We are aware that not everybody has the luxury of having a Stroke or Caregiver Support Group close to them or at a time that is convenient nor does everybody have the transportation to travel when you want.

Our hope is that we can provide on-line assistance to the stroke survivor and their loved ones and help them transition from a life of being able-bodied to one of living with the disabilities that stroke can cause.

If you have a computer and are on-line we hope that we can help you.

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Want to know a little about us, and who we are, why not take a look below to see who owns the site, when it started, what the name of the site is (you should know by now) and what inspired the owners to make the website.
Website Name: The Stroke Network
Website Birth: Our website was created in 1996, Our organization was incorporated in 2001 and we became a registered 501(c)3 tax-exempt non-profit charity in 2002. For a more comprehensive explanation about The Stroke Network, read our Media Kit at http://www.strokenetwork.net/media/.
Website Owner(s): Steve Mallory
Website Inspiration: I founded The Stroke Network because, after my stroke, I needed stroke support and the local group met at inconvenient times, plus I could not talk, anyway, also, I did not have a wheelchair accessible vehicle. So, this website is dedicated to the thousands of stroke survivors and stroke caregivers that need stroke support and have turned on-line to get it.

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