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This project is particularly exciting because it's about us. Hopefully, it will benefit the growing number of Stroke Survivors!  I hope to see all our campers sign up for this. There are other peer-led programs designed and overseen by a professional. Building Life after stroke together was initiated and organized from our hearts. Success was magical.  WHY? 

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If you live in #BritishColumbia , we would like to hear from you about your daily life during the #COVID19 pandemic. To learn more please contact the Miller Lab at

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Understanding the barriers and challenges to social participation for people living with stroke

Location: British Columbia Lower Mainland and Okanagan region

Recruitment period: Until July 2020

Description: The purpose of this study is to assess the physical and psychological capability, opportunity to socialize, and motivation to socialize of people living with stroke. Additionally, how factors such as depression, stress, and anxiety predict social participation will also be examined. The study will help increase the understanding of the barriers and challenges people living with stroke face around social participation. This in turn will inform future research to improve the development of new strate ... Read more »

Research Participants Wanted: Stroke survivors and partners

University of British Columbia Clinical Research Ethics Board,

Interior Health Research Ethics  

Geography: British Columbia

Number of Participants: 100 total

Recruitment period: Summer 2019


Participant Criteria:

  • Stroke survivors and their partners (both partners are required to participate)
  • All ages
  • Must be proficient in English
  • Able to handle a device the size of a book and read newspaper size print
  • Able to walk at least 10 meters (with or without the help of a mobility device)
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Survivors Offering Camaraderie In Active Living Support