Stroke Support Groups

Stroke patients and family members can often face a difficult road to recovery. Medical City Las Colinas is a part of a large regional stroke network that works in conjunction with the Texas Stroke Institute to provide comprehensive stroke services and advanced stroke treatment options that extend well past the medical treatments of stroke. The hospitals in this regional stroke network offer many ongoing stroke support groups to help patients and their family members recover from stroke.

Denton Regional Medical Center

Stroke Survivors (and families)

1st Thursday of Every Month, 12:00pm - 1:00pm in the Community Room, Professional Office Building, Denton Regional. Please contact Valerie at (940) 384-3973 for more information.

Brain Injury Support Group

Meetings are held in the Professional Office Building, Suite 310B. For more information, please call (940) 384-3969 or (940) 384-3973.

Medical Center Arlington

Stroke Support Group

4th Thursday of the Month 6:00pm – 7:00pm
3301 Matlock Road, Arlington, TX 76015, Cafeteria (Map)

This is open to the public and no reservations are required. Light refreshments will be served. For more information, contact Renee Miller, R.N., at (817) 465-3241 x4015.

The Medical Center of Plano

Caring for Ourselves

Meets as needed in the IRU Conference Room (1620 Coit Road, Building II, 2nd Floor)
Facilitated by Laura Kahn, LMSW

This is a support group for family or friends who are caring for a loved one. The Medical Center of Plano cares about families as well as patients. If you are providing care for a loved one, please come to our next meeting and share your experience, strength and support. For information call (214) 473-7717.

Stroke Support Group

2nd Thursday - Monthly - 6:00pm
IRU Gym (1620 Coit Road, Building II, 2nd Floor)
Facilitated by Laura Kahn, LMSW

This is a support group for patients, family and friends of those who have experienced a stroke.

New topics each month. For information call (214) 473-7717.

Stroke is the leading cause of disability in the United States. Through modification of your life styles can help prevent you from having a stroke.

Let's Talk About Stroke

Let's Talk About Stroke is a series of downloadable patient information sheets, created by the American Stroke Association, that presents information in a question-and-answer format that's brief, easy to follow and easy to read. They also provide room for you to write down questions to ask your doctor. This can help you prepare to get the most out of your next visit with your healthcare professional.