Ingle Farm Support Group
Meetings are held at the Helping Hand Main Hall, Shackleton Avenue, Ingle Farm. For further information please contact Renee Cluse on 8284 0388.

Flinders Support Group (previously Daw Park) 
Contact Viv Wilson on 0414 604 234 for further information. 

Northern Fleurieu Support Group
For further information please contact Bryan Hewett on 8384 2445 or 0427 079 628.


Stroke SA have been notified of the following research / programs

Study - The effects of the Foot Up Dorsiflexion Assist Orthosis

Research physiotherapists at Calvary Hospital and Flinders University are assessing whether a “Foot Up” orthosis can improve balance and walking performance in people who have had a stroke. If you have had a stroke more than 3 months ago you may be eligible. As a participant in this study, you will be asked to undergo balance and walking assessments with and without the “Foot Up” orthosis at Calvary Rehabilitation Hospital. The Foot Up is a lightweight ankle-foot orthosis that offers dynamic support for foot drop and ankle dorsiflexor weakness. By participating you will receive feedback about your balance and walking performance. If you are interested and would like further information, please contact Kate Beltran on (08) 81685700, [email protected] or [email protected]

InTENSE Trial - Optimising upper limb recovery after stroke

This study aims to determine whether intensive, evidence-based movement training after routine anti-spasticity intervention increases the amount of movement patients achieve in their arm and hand following stroke. This study has been approved by the Royal Adelaide Hospital Human Research Ethics Committee. 

For more information or to find out if you are eligible, please call Dr Annabel McNamara, Research Trial Coordinator on 0410 475 697. 

Study - Targeting Brain Stimulation Therapy In Stroke

This study aims to determine whether we can improve reliability of brain stimulation as a treatment for arm and hand function following stroke. This study has been approved by the University of South Australia Human Research Ethics Committee and is recruiting until 31 December 2018.

For more information or to find out if you are eligible, please contact Dr Brenton Hordacre, Research Coordinator on mobile: 0422056018, office: 83021286, or email: [email protected]

Please note the following disclaimer applies to all research projects and programs listed on this website:

Stroke SA is not responsible for, and does not endorse, any research project, opportunity, or other type of project or program listed. Participants are responsible for satisfying themselves that appropriate approval procedures have been met and are advised to read all related information before taking part.  If you have any concerns regarding any of the projects or programs listed here, these should be directed to the researcher or other contacts stated.