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Christmas Craft Afternoon

TSSS invites our carers’ to an afternoon of  Christmas crafting. Tea and cake provided, as you design your gift for the festive season.

Carers’ Afternoon Tea

TSSS invite our carers’ group to afternoon tea on Wednesday 24th October. A warm welcome awaits, an afternoon of sweets, treats and conversation.

An Evening of Christmas Songs

A warm welcome awaits Wednesday 5th December at 85 Frinton Road the home of TSSS. We open our doors for  festive music and refreshments at 6.30pm to 8pm. Please come and join us, on this special late night event for Holland on Sea!


An exciting opportunity has arisen at TSSS for a Lead Support Worker.

16 Hours a week

£11 per hour

Strong Leadership required, trained to NVQ Level 3. TSSS are looking for a strong communicator with creative skills and a good knowledge of the stroke condition, to design a wide ranging personal- centred programme of activities. The ideal candidate would have an understanding of supporting people to regain independence and enjoy a good quality of life. Please submit a CV and covering letter to:

Rosemary Garrey

85 Frinton Road, Holland On Sea, CO15 5UH

Telephone 01255 815905 for further information

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TSSS Christmas Fayre 17th November 10am to 12 noon

We look forward to welcoming you to our Xmas Fayre on 17th November 10am to 12 noon

In the meantime if you have any unwanted gifts, bottles, Christmas items, these will all help towards this year’s biggest fundraiser to support our service-Many Thanks!

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Emotional Support Service

A stroke can cause many bewildering changes in a person’s emotions and behaviour. Suddenly, he or she can seem like a completely different person than before the stroke. In a way, this is true.  Stroke survivors’ brains have been injured. The behaviours and emotions they display are a reflection of that injury.  The loss of a person’s former identity can result in depression, anger and frustration. Loss and the grieving process are closely linked. The stroke survivor and family members may find themselves going through the stages of grief (denial, anger, bargaining and acceptance). Family members may also   experience grief as they have lost the previous relationship with the stroke survivor.  Understanding and dealing with these changes and losses are just as important as the physical issues that are dealt with in the rehabilitation process.

Our emotional support service is available to people who have had a stroke, their carer(s), or members of their family.

The service can be accessed at any time after stroke, either directly, or as a referral from health professionals working with individuals and families who have been affected by stroke.

The service is currently funded by Anglian Community Enterprise (ACE).  We do not charge a fee, but clients are welcome to make a donation if they wish.

For more information, or if you would like a leaflet sent to you, please contact Roasemary Garrey (Director of Operations) on telephone number; 01255 815905.




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