COOKEVILLE – Cookeville Regional Medical Center has a stroke support group for patients and their families who have had a stroke.
“Having a stroke can be life-changing and there are many steps to getting back to everyday life and that can be emotional and frustrating so we are excited to offer this support group to those who have gone through the journey of having a stroke,” Carol Lynam, occupational therapist at Cookeville Regional. “Each month there will be a new topic presented for the patient.”
On April 4, the stroke support group will have a presentation on cybersecurity, presented by Curt Powers, technical services manager at Cookeville Regional.
The support group meets the first Thursday of each month for one hour starting at 1 p.m. at the Inpatient Rehabilitation Center’s dining room located at 215 W. Sixth St. in Cookeville. Attendees can park on the west side of the building at the corner of West Sixth Street and North Whitney Avenue for closer parking and entry into the building.
For further information about the stroke support group, or to register to attend contact the Inpatient Rehabilitation Center at 931-783-2800.