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    Stroke Central Region Inc. publishes a newsletter 4 times a year with news from around the region, articles about stroke and rehabilitation, tips for a healthy lifestyle and so much more. And of course there is also room for a bit of fun.

    CentreLink is posted to our members at the start of each season. Membership costs only $15.00 a year so if you would like to support us and receive the paper version of our newsletter, please contact us. The electronic version of the next newsletter will be published here.

    July 2012

    CENTRELINK NEWSLETTER JUNE 2012

    02.07.12

    Centrelink is the quarterly newsletter of the Stroke Foundation Central Region Inc. The publication provides news from around the central region of stroke survivors, legislative matters that may be useful to stroke survivors and their Carer's, and contact details for all stroke clubs and support groups as well as all of the Field Officers in the Central Region.

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    May 2012

    The Magna Charta issue 23

    11.05.12

    THE MAGNA CHARTA ISSUE 21

    The purpose of the Magna Charta is to provide communication between the Council and members of Stroke Clubs; to keep members informed as to matters of interest taking place in the Region; and to encourage reciprocal communication in asking for opinions on matters which concern all of our members. It is envisaged that Stroke Clubs receiving the communication will ensure all members have access to the information either by copy or reading at the meetings. Either way Stroke Clubs are requested to make the information available to all members.

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    March 2012

    CentreLink March 2012

    01.03.12

    The Quarterly News Magazine of the Stroke Foundation Central Region Inc.
    The publication brings news views andinformation to Stroke Survivors and their carer's

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    February 2012

    MAGNA CHARTA

    29.02.12

    The purpose of the Magna Charta is to provide communication between the Council and members of Stroke Clubs; to keep members informed as to matters of interest taking place in the Region; and to encourage reciprocal communication in asking for opinions on matters which concern all of our members. It is envisaged that Stroke Clubs receiving the communication will ensure all members have access to the information either by copy or reading at the meetings. Either way Stroke Clubs are requested to make the information available to all members.

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    December 2011

    THE MAGNA CHARTA

    13.12.11

    MAGNA CHARTA ISSUE 21
    Report on the business activity of the Central Region Council at the September 2011 meeting.

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    CENTRELINK - NEWSLETTER

    13.12.11

    Centrelink is the quarterly newsletter of the Stroke Foundation Central Region Inc. The publication provides news from around the central region of stroke survivors, legislative matters that may be useful to stroke survivors and their Carer's, and contact details for all stroke clubs and support groups as well as all of the Field Officers in the Central Region.

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    DISABLED? ARE YOU DISASTER READY?

    13.12.11

    In view of the recent natural disasters both in New Zealand and around the world are you prepared? Do you have the ability despite any disability you have to be able to care for yourself for three days as Civil defence recommend?
    A simple plan regardless of how dependent you are can mean the difference between survival or not.
    Knowing that family members will be on their way to rescue you after a disaster is very reassuring but, according to Civil Defence we need to plan to be alone for perhaps three to five days. Carers from agencies will not be coming in as they will be tending to their own families and may not be able to get to you because the streets may not be passable.

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    October 2011

    Magna Charta issue 20

    14.10.11

    MAGNA CHARTA ISSUE 20
    Report on the business activity of the Central Region Council at the September 2011 meeting.

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