TALK Surrey CIO

Supporting people with aphasia after stroke

Queens AwardTALK received the
Queen's Award
for Voluntary Service
in recognition of the outstanding
contribution made by volunteers

 

"I have been coming to talk for a number of years now & it has improved my speech.
I enjoy the meeting as I don't usually got to clubs but talk has been a great befit & fun for me.
I have missed the meeting like so many of us & can't wait for the return in the autumn fingers crossed.
Both my wife & I have been very lucky to stay fit & well.
I would also like to thank you all for you Stirling work.
I have enjoyed all the quizzes & crosswords."

 

"Our Group want you to know how grateful we are that you have been providing weekly activities for our Recoverers, which I know they have appreciated. It’s been a great way for them to feel connected."

 

 

"I wanted to say how much I like TALK, not always but if I didn't like going I wouldn't come.

I've been coming for 16 years. Coming here is company.

I miss it at the moments. You do so much to keep us in touch."

 

 

"We have continued to benefit from the Talk exercises and I will continue with these via FaceTime while we are away... Please convey our best wishes and appreciation to Alison; I don’t think anyone should be unaware of the time and effort this takes."

 

Thank you for being in touch and sending … interesting puzzles. We do try…he has, and continues to have, benefitted by TALK"