Stroke Club are helped by the Wisbech Lions

10:10 14 May 2014

Lions cheque presentation

Lions cheque presentation

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Wisbech Lions have helped buy a computer programme for the Wisbech Stroke Club.

The programme will be loaded on the club’s laptops to enable members with aphasia to access modern technology to help improve their communication difficulties.

Wisbech Stroke Club provides information, social, leisure, learning and other activities for stroke survivors and their carers in Wisbech and district.

For more information on what they do contact 07501 980603 or email peterfewster@btinternet.com.

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