Cole Neuroscience Center
It always helps to talk with people who know what you are going through, particularly when you are dealing with the debilitating effects of a neurological disease. Often, the effects of neurological diseases can be very puzzling and frustrating for caregivers. Those who have been dealing with neurological diseases for quite some time can prepare you for what to expect and help you learn how to cope. Support groups are an invaluable resource for dealing with a loved one's illness and the long-term effects of the disease. The following is a list of support groups offered through the Cole Neuroscience Center:
The Stroke Support Group meets the third Thursday of each month from 4:00 p.m. - 5:30 p.m. in the Heart Hospital Conference Center at The University of Tennessee Medical Center. Stroke survivors and caregivers are welcome. For more information, please contact the stroke center at 865-305-7530.
The Parkinson’s Support Group meets in the Mill Room of the Cherokee Mills Building located at 2200 Sutherland Avenue. Park by the flag poles on the right side of the building, enter thru side entrance with brick columns, once inside, take the elevator to the Upper Level "UL". Meetings are for patients, their families, friends and caregivers.
The Multiple Sclerosis Support Group meets on the first Monday of each month from from 3:15 p.m. - 4:15 p.m. in the Mill Room of the Cherokee Mills Building located at 2200 Sutherland Avenue. Park by the flag poles on the right side of the building, enter thru side entrance with brick columns, once inside, take the elevator to the Upper Level "UL". Meetings are held for patients, their caregivers and their families.
For questions or more information regarding the support groups we offer, please contact Cole Neuroscience Center at 865-521-6174.
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