Cane and Able Stroke Recovery Group

Cane and Able Stroke Recovery Group

The Cane and Able Stroke Recovery Group is one of the oldest and largest stroke clubs in the State of Michigan, and in the United States. We are also registered with the American Stroke Association.
42nd Anniversary of the Cane and Able Stroke Recovery Group
Cane and Able Stroke Recovery Group - 2021 Picnic
Established January 14, 1982, the Cane and Able atroke Recovery Group is a nonprofit support organization that has always been a part of the Corewell Health System (formerly Beaumont Health). Our members include those who have had strokes and are in the process of recovery, as well as their family and friends. For over 42 years our focus as a stroke recovery group has remained the same:
  • Provide support and encouragement
  • Provide education about stroke and stroke recovery
  • Provide education about community-related issues
  • Provide recreation post-stroke
  • Provide socialization for community re-entry
Our content is provided for informational purposes only and is not intended as medical advice or as a substitute for the medical advice of a physician.
BCane and Able Stroke Recovery Group Breaking News

UPDATED 7/9/2024

  • 45841 Hayes Rd, Shelby Twp, MI 48315 (just north of Hall Rd)
    TODAY!!! Support the Cane and Able Stroke Recovery Group by ordering from Buddy's in Shelby Twp! Just mention "Cane and Able" and Buddy's will donate 20%!
    All day-11am-9pm. Dine in or Carry Out!
    They have more than pizza.
    Tell your friends!
  • Our 2024 meeting information has been finalized. Make sure your personal calendar is up-to-date.

Meetings

Second and fourth Tuesdays

From 2 to 4 pm
Classrooms A and B
Beaumont Medical Park-Sterling Heights
Outpatient Services Center and Family Medicine Building

44250 Dequindre Rd, Sterling Heights, MI 48314
(across the street from Beaumont Hospital - Troy)

If Troy Schools close due to bad weather, our in-person meeting will also be canceled, but we will attempt to Zoom the meeting.

Meeting/Event Details

Educational programs and recreational activities occasionally impact the date and location of our meetings, so calling for more information is recommended.

There is no cost to attend our meetings.

Please call us at (248) 964-4222 with any questions or to be added to our mailing or email list.

We welcome new members anytime. Join us!

Joyce Fluegge, OTR/L
Coordinator