Pediatric Stroke Support Groups

Nate Tucker, 5, gets a hug from mom Christine at his Havertown home. Nate had a stroke before birth and still suffers effects. He's a "happy kid, socially amazing."
Nate Tucker, 5, gets a hug from mom Christine at his Havertown home. Nate had a stroke before birth and still suffers effects. He's a "happy kid, socially amazing." (APRIL SAUL / Staff Photographer)
Posted: January 08, 2013

Pediatric Stroke Family Support Group for caregivers of stroke patients. Meets monthly at the Wood Center at Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, 3400 Civic Center Blvd.; 267-426-0218; robbinsl@email.chop.edu.

Neuro-Rehab Support Group, one for parents; one for teenagers with stroke or other conditions affecting the brain. Children's Seashore House of Children's Hospital of Philadelphia. 215-590-3978; portis@email.chop.edu.

YES, Young Empowerment Support Group meets at Moss Rehabilitation Center twice monthly. 201 Old York Rd., Jenkintown, 215-884-9050; mullerm@einstein.edu.

Stroke Peer Mentor Group meets at Magee Rehabili tation Hospital monthly. 1513 Race St., Fourth floor gym, 215-587-3411; jsalomon@mageerehab.org.

Children's Hemiplegia and Stroke Association Hemi-Kids, online support group at CHASA.org.

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