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We are here to help you find the community resources you need

When it comes to post-stroke recovery it takes a village. We can help you find resources beyond our own programs. Here are the groups that stroke survivors and caregivers need the most. 

Please check out the resources below. If you don't see what you need below, contact Susan, Program Coordinator at 604-834-9239 or email

Important Resources

Important Resources


Stroke Recovery Association

of BC

Our partner in service, SRABC is the go-to resource for BC stroke recovery information.  Videos, downloadable handbooks, community groups, workshops, and much more.


Family Caregivers of BC

Supporting over one million people in BC. Caregivers are encouraged to call the toll-free support line. Open throughout the week from 8:30 AM – 4:00 PM for emotional support or for help with any care-giver related topics.



Deltassist Family and Community Services is dedicated to the well being of the people of Delta. They offer counselling and community-building in the form of workshops, events, senior support, outreach programs, and information services.

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HandyDART by Translink

HandyDART is a door-to-door, shared ride service for passengers with physical or cognitive disabilities who are unable to use conventional public transit without assistance. The driver will come to your home, help you board on the vehicle, and get you to the door of your destination safely.


Delta Seniors Bus & Services

The Delta Seniors Bus program is a free transportation service for seniors 65+ living in Delta. The bus makes curbside stops to pick up and drop off seniors who have booked the service. It offers easy access to local medical services, recreation centres, shopping locations and other community amenities within Delta. 



This is a not-for-profit organization whose mission is to help Greater Vancouver residents buy, sell and donate home health medical equipment such as mobility and adaptive aids.

AssistList is dedicated to providing our community with a safe, easy-to-use, free online resource.


Canadian Red Cross

Health Equipment Loans

The Canadian Red Cross Health Equipment Loan Program (HELP) provides Canadians with short-term loans of health equipment on a donation basis.

 They assist health authority partners to help clients go home from hospital with the health equipment supports they need.

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Disability Alliance BC

Our mission is to support people, with all disabilities, to live with dignity, independence and as equal and full participants in the community. We champion issues impacting the lives of people with disabilities through our direct services, community partnerships, advocacy, research and publications.

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Delta’s Adult Day Centres

South Delta: 
KinVillage Adult Day Centre  

Phone: +1 604-943-0155  (Ext 237)


North Delta: 
Crossroads Adult Daycare (Deltaview) Phone: +1 604-596-8825

Kennedy Seniors Community Centre 

Phone: +1 604-594-2717


After Stroke BC 

Refer yourself or another stroke survivor or caregiver for support from an After Stroke Coordinator.  You will be assigned an ASC to work on after stroke goals and to find suitable community resources.  


Support can be one-time or ongoing, and you can “re-refer” yourself anytime new support is needed.

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BC Brain Wellness (UBC)

Virtual programs for brain wellness, including programs suitable for cognitive rehabilitation, mindful activities, and fitness after stroke.

They integrate active research and education in all that they do. There ongoing delivery of classes supplements traditional medical care and can lead participants to a better quality of life.

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Speech Therapy

We offer programs for stroke survivors with aphasia and apraxia, This includes Speech Language Pathology for those with acute needs. 

Cognitive Rehabilitation

We offer weekly brain games and learning opportunities to help increase cognitive activity for stroke survivors.

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Keeping an active lifestyle after stroke can yield tremendous benefits. Classes are led by certified fitness instructors.

Whether you're a survivor, caregiver, family member or friend. We know how important it is to have a community. Check out our resources. 

We're here to help you with any questions you have about the post-stroke recovery journey. Contact Susan, our Program Coordinator for more information or (604) 834-9239

Three Ways You Can Help



Spread The Word

Share the benefits of our services with your loved ones. Inform them about the support we offer and encourage them to connect with us through our website and social media platforms.

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Your donations are crucial in helping us provide superior support to stroke survivors. By contributing, you are making a significant impact on the lives of individuals and their families. 


Dedicate your time and talents to our cause. We have a range of projects and initiatives that benefit greatly from the diverse skills of our volunteers. Your involvement is key to our success.

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