Providing practical and emotional
support for all people affected
by brain haemorrhage


    Support Group Meetings


    Who can attend?

    Anyone directly or indirectly affected by brain haemorrhage is welcome to attend the meetings. It doesn’t matter if you’re newly diagnosed or had your haemorrhage years ago.

    What happens at the meetings?

    The meetings are free, friendly and informal. We usually invite a guest speaker (neurosurgeon, neuropsychologist or health professional) to address the group and answer questions. But we always make time to allow people the opportunity to discuss their individual and collective issues and experiences. This mutual support from people who really understand always proves to be of great value.

    Where are the meetings held?

    ‘The Neurosupport Centre’ in Norton Street, Liverpool, L3 8LR is the usual venue for the BHSG meetings. It’s a city centre location (near the National Express Coach Station) and is safe, comfortable and accessible.

    When are the meetings held?

    Details of all group meetings will be posted on this website’s Home page and advertised in Neurosupport’s ‘Glance’ newsletter.  You can also register to be invited to future meetings by giving us your contact details.