Neurological Council Coffee Club & Information Sessions

People of all ages affected by any neurological condition, disease or symptoms, and their loved ones and carers, are invited to attend our monthly Coffee Club information & group support sessions, hosted at our Perth office at The Niche, QEII Medical Campus in Nedlands.

Date: The 3rd Friday of each month
Time: 10.00am - 11.30am

Upcoming session dates:

  • Friday 17 November - Self Advocacy Talk by PWdWA
  • December - TBC

Regional sessions coming soon.

  • meet new people and share stories and experiences
  • hear from relevant and interesting presenters on different topics throughout the year
  • have a mini-health check and talk confidentially with a neurological nurse, and
  • enjoy a lovely morning tea with old and new friends

>>All sessions are FREE to attend.

Bookings essential for catering and seating purposes.

  • Phone: 6457 7533
  • Email:, or
  • Online: Please use the online booking links (where provided).

Albany Neu-friends Coffee Club

If you live in the Albany region and have or care for someone with a neurological condition, you are welcome to join our new monthly Neu-friends coffee club.

Date: the LAST THURSDAY of every month (excluding December 2023)

Time: 10:30am – 12:00pm

Cost: Free

Bookings essential:

Support Groups - Specific Conditions

The Neurological Council WA may be able to assist in providing connections to local WA support groups for specific neurological conditions or diseases. Please email us at to express your interest in attending a local support group and we will endeavour to locate a suitable group for you.

Additional Support Groups at The Niche:

  • Stroke Support Group - Meeting on the first and third Monday of each month. All welcome. P: 6457 7533 or E: for details.
  • Neurofibromatosis Support Group – meeting on the second Thursday of each month. All welcome, phone 6457 7533 for details.

Synapse - Brain Injury (BI) Support Groups


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