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StrokeSafe Speakers for Community Groups


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StrokeSafe speakers for community groups

In Australia, a stroke occurs every 10 minutes.  That’s more than 50,000 strokes every year across people of all ages… and the impacts last a lifetime. But did you know stroke can be prevented?

The Stroke Foundation has passionate volunteer StrokeSafe Speakers available to present to community groups and workplaces around Australia. Many have personal experience with stroke and are willing to share their challenging yet inspirational journey.

Your group will learn:

  • What stroke is and how to recognise the signs of stroke
  • What to do if someone is having a stroke
  • How to prevent stroke in you or the people you love??

Most presentations run for 30-45 minutes although can be tailored to meet your needs. Talks are offered free to community groups thanks to the generous support of individuals and groups who have made donations to help us cover costs.  This program is not government funded.

To express your interest of book a speaker, visit

Quick Facts About The Region

National Stroke Foundation - Queanbeyan is located in the suburb of Queanbeyan, the council of Queanbeyan-palerang and the federal electorate of Eden-monaro.