Support for Today and Tomorrow

Adjusting to living with a disability is often challenging and emotional. Some individuals find it helpful to meet and talk with others who share the same experiences. Parkview staff members coordinate a number of support groups that offer opportunities for sharing information and encouragement. Support group activities vary. Frequently they include presentations by guest speakers, social events and community resource fairs.

Patients are connected with support groups that can provide vital emotional support, social opportunities and shared tips on lifestyle adjustments.

Stroke Support Group

Noble County  – Third Tuesday of each month
6:30 – 8 p.m.
1292 Drake Road
Kendallville, IN 46755 

Treatment Options

From administering medication to removing a blood clot and stopping a stroke in process to cutting-edge clinical trials, we are committed to providing you with life-saving stroke care.

See Treatment Options

Assess Your Stroke Risk

Lower your risk of having a stroke by adjusting your lifestyle habits. This handy stroke risk scorecard reveals the lifestyle factors that affect a person’s risk. Share this tool with your physician to set your goals.

Stroke Risk Scorecard

Learn More

Stroke education can help you be proactive with your health and take steps to reduce your risk of having another stroke. Our education team creates educational videos that you can view on-demand.

Request Video Access

Web Resources

To learn more about stroke, consider visiting these web sites:

Parkview Health provides website links as a convenience to you. Parkview is not responsible for the content of such websites, including any changes or updates that are made to the linked websites or the accuracy or completeness of the information provided on those web sites.

Talk to your primary care physician for recommendations on how you might lower your risk for stroke.