The role of Life After Stroke Co-ordinator involves providing a support and information service for stroke survivors and their families ensuring that people have access to the services that they need, as well as setting up and developing support groups informed by the needs and wishes of service users.
£13,173 to £15,989 pa | 21 hours per week – Home Based
Stroke Association is the UK’s leading stroke charity. We want a world where there are fewer strokes and all those touched by stroke get the help they need. Our world-class research develops new ways to prevent and treat stroke. We are working to change the way people think about this devastating disease.
The role of Information, Advice and Support Coordinator involves providing vital support and stroke information to stroke survivors and their families both on the ward and at home. The service will operate within Durham with referrals being received from the ward, families or other healthcare professionals.
We believe in life after stroke. That’s why we campaign to improve stroke care and support people to make the best possible recovery. It’s why we fund research to develop new treatments and ways to prevent stroke. The Stroke Association is a charity. We rely on your support to change lives and prevent stroke.
Our Appeals Department is responsible for recruiting new supporters and building relationships with existing supporters in order to generate funds in excess of £5.5 million per annum to support the work of the Stroke Association.
Salary £19.211 to £21,297 per annum │35 hours per week