People you know and this site are not associated with Stroke Recovery BC.  Come join us on a Thursday

We are now SOCIALS
   - Survivors Offering Camaraderie In Active Living Support 
Driven by stroke survivors for stroke survivors

The Templeton Stroke Recovery people that met at Templeton pool activity room every Thursday for over 20 years was shut down.
This group is no longer a branch of the Stroke Recovery Assoc of BC

After Easter 2017 our group was forced to move. 
The old Templeton Turtles that you know have started anew at Britannia with a  theme resembling Therapy Under the Guise of Fun.
Our new name is SurvivorsBFF "Best Foot Forward"

Contact admin@turtletalk.ca for more info

Templeton Stroke Recovery - 700 Templeton Drive, Vancouver, BC Canada
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300,000 Canadians are stroke survivors and in British Columbia, Canada, there more than 30, 000 stroke survivors. This year, 8,000 persons will survive strokes in BC, Canada. After coming from the hospital, stroke survivors will meet astounding challenges on recovery. Sixty-five percent (65%) of all stroke survivors are left with some form of disability. Stroke recovery is a life long struggle, filled with setbacks, and also, of achievements, no matter how small.

Templeton Branch-SRABC
WELCOMES YOU to our website! We are dedicated to helping stroke survivors re-integrate into their communities and to provide support for them and their caregivers. We are a non-profit organization with committed volunteers and offer a variety of activities and services.

Templeton Branch-SRABC is one of 29 Branches of SRABC.

We meet every Thursday, in the Activity Room, Templeton Park Pool Building,
from 9:30 am to 1:30 pm at 700 Templeton Drive, Vancouver, BC, Canada.

SRABC Mission Statement
Through its regional Stroke Recovery Branches, the Stroke Recovery Association of British Columbia is committed to empowering stroke survivors and their caregivers, throughout British Columbia, to enable independence and improve their overall quality of life.

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