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Kōrero Clubs or Aphasia Support Groups

About Kōrero Clubs or Aphasia Support Groups

Group meetings (which are often Kōrero (conversation) Clubs or Aphasia Support Groups) provide an opportunity for people with aphasia to communicate in a supportive environment, gain confidence, meet others with aphasia, share experiences, and have open discussions with those with and affected by aphasia. Carers, family members, friends and professionals are welcome to attend most meetings. A person who knows about aphasia provides support and facilitates most meetings. Some meetings also include guest speakers and local updates, as well as aphasia information, training and communication techniques, and other topics of interest. The meetings are free of charge, but a koha (donation) is welcome as we do not receive any Government or Health funding for our services.

Available in

Bay of Plenty, Whanganui, Hutt Valley, Otago, Southland, Waikato

Contact Details

Ōtepoti (Dunedin) and Central Otago

Tauranga Moana and Eastern Bay of Plenty

Suite 3, 36 Cameron Road, Tauranga

Te Whanganui-a-Tara (Wellington) and the lower North Island

Waihōpai (Invercargill)

Waikato West and Central

Whanganui

Details

Organiser
Who For
Adults
Pricing

Free / Koha

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