Lots of groups meet at The Brain Charity, as you can see below. Support groups offer a way for people affected by a condition to share experiences and gain an understanding of how a condition can affect others. Support groups are a great way of meeting new people and learning new coping strategies to help through illness to recovery.
It can be daunting to join a new group at first but everybody in that group will understand how it feels to be the new person so you can be sure of a warm welcome.
Join us in our café, meet new friends and old.
|Which condition?||Which group?||When?|
|Stroke Friends: Aphasia Support Group||Mondays 2 - 4pm weekly, in café area|
|Brain Tumour||The Brain Tumour Charity Liverpool Support Group||Final Monday of each month, 1 - 3pm|
|Epilepsy||Epilepsy Action||Coffee and chat, final Thursday of the month, 11am - 1pm|
|Facial Palsy||Facial Palsy UK Cheshire & Mersey Support Group||Bi-monthly meetings; 10.00-12.00|
|Fronto-temporal dementia||Fronto-temporal Dementia Support||Quarterly, check support group's website|
|Motor Neurone Disease||MND Support Group||last Tuesday of the month, 1-3pm|
|Obsessive Compulsive Disorder||OCD-UK Liverpool support group||First Wednesday of each month, 5-7pm|
|Parkinson's||Central Liverpool Parkinson's U.K. Support Group||First Friday of each month, 1 - 4pm|
|Spinal Injury||Merseyside Spinal Injuries Association Group||First Wednesday of each month, 3.00 - 5.00pm|
|Tuberous Sclerosis||Tuberous Sclerosis Association Northwest Regional Group||Phone us to check when|
|Ataxia||NW Ataxia Support Group|
|Brain Haemorrhage||Brain Haemorrhage Support Group|
|Tremor||Essential Tremor Support Group|
|Tea, Coffee and Company||First Monday of each month, 10.30am - noon
|Employment Support and Advice||every Friday, 2 - 4pm|
|Liverpool Carers Advocacy||every Friday, 2 - 4pm|
|Benefits advice||by appointment, and emergency drop-in on Friday 2 - 4pm|