Participating in the groups allow you to meet new people.

WAGS Goals

Women of WAGS (WOW)

WAGS Goals


  • The main aims of WAGS are to raise awareness within the community and to help the stroke survivor and their carer and families to gain information and encouragement, develop friendships, to meet new people and establish essential support networks.  WAGS is one of the strongest stroke support groups within NSW.  There are more than 10,000 Strokes nationally each year, 800 of which occur on the Central Coast.  WAGS members regularly work with the heath professionals  to better understand Stroke  and improve the outcomes for survivors in the future.  

ScallyWAGS

Women of WAGS (WOW)

WAGS Goals

  • This is an important area of activity for WAGS .  Stroke is a life altering event both for the survivor, and their carers and families.  They enjoy one another's company , tell jokes and discuss the many Stroke issues  that affect men.


  • They meet monthly at various venues across the  Central Coast,  Check the Calendar.

Women of WAGS (WOW)

Women of WAGS (WOW)

Women of WAGS (WOW)

  • The Women of Wags really look forward to getting together over Lunch.  They develop networks, socialise and  discuss stroke related issues as they relate to women.

 

  • They also  meet monthly at various venues across the  Central Coast,  Check the Calendar.

Carer's

Special Announcement

Women of WAGS (WOW)

This is a special group of people who Care for or are family members of Stroke Survivor's.  These men and women have a 24/7 responsibility, have a common bond where  this lunch may be their only respite.


They meet monthly at various venues across the  Central Coast,  Check the Calendar.


Special Announcement

Special Announcement

Special Announcement

 The Stroke Recovery Association have just advised  that ALL Stroke Club activities need to be suspended until further notice. This is a precaution as a result of the Coronavirus (COVID-19). This was because of recommendations by NSW Health and the decision was made by the SRA Board to follow this advice, recommending that vulnerable people limit close contact. We will keep WAGS informed of any change to this decision, stay well and stay tuned