Nailsea Lions help Stroke Survivors
By gbnailsea | Tuesday, January 21, 2014, 09:52
Nailsea Lions have helped stroke survivors communicate more easily with other survivors and their carers.
Lions President Pam Hunt demonstrates the iPad
The generous Lions have donated an iPad with special software to the Nailsea Stroke Survivors Club. The computer has a number of specialist applications designed to help people who are recovering from a stroke and have speech or writing impediments to communicate with other people.
In making the presentation, President of the Lions, Pam Hunt, paid tribute to the Stroke Survivors Club and the excellent work it does in helping people cope with the aftermath of a stroke and to rebuild their lives. She also thanked the people of Nailsea who have generously supported the Lions functions which made this donation possible.
The Nailsea Stroke Survivors Club meets weekly at the Methodist Church from 10am to noon. For more information on the Club, and the help and support it can provide, please contact Hannah Gray on 01275885461.
For more information on the Lions and the work they do contact 01275 791921.