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Resource sheet

If you work with or know someone with aphasia, these Guidelines are for you.

We know that because aphasia affects people in different ways and to different degrees, there’s no one solution to making information understandable to...

Factsheet

After a stroke, your current home may no longer be the best place for you to get the care and support you need, and you may need to consider alternative accommodation. This factsheet offers practical guidance and support to help you consider your...

Factsheet

Sometimes after a stroke you may be left with ongoing disability that means that you can’t go back to living at home. This large print factsheet describes your main alternatives for accommodation – care homes and sheltered housing. It...

Factsheet

Fully referenced version of Accommodation after stroke factsheet.

document

Action on Stroke Month - Blank A3 poster.

Leaflets

Every year around 13,000 Scots have a stroke. That's too many.

This leaflet outlines the key facts about stroke in Scotland and then sets out our agenda for action - "We want a Scotland where there are fewer strokes and all...

Resource sheet

After a stroke you might find daily tasks such as getting around, cooking and bathing much harder than before. Fortunately there is a wide range of aids and equipment available to help. This resource sheet outlines how to get information and...

Resource sheet

After a stroke, daily tasks such as getting around, cooking and bathing may be more difficult than before. Many people benefit from using special aids or equipment. There are many products available, some of which your local authority may...

Resource sheet

A referenced version of Aids and equipment for independent living resource sheet.

Factsheet

This factsheet explains how regularly drinking more alcohol than the recommended levels can increase your risk of stroke. It includes tips on keeping track of how much you drink and reducing your intake, and lists sources of information and...