“85% of stroke survivors feel that too many people with whom they come into contact do not understand stroke and how it affects their everyday lives.” (Struggling to Recover report)
Stroke survivors come into contact with a wide range of people – care workers, health care assistants, social workers, benefit assessors, to name a few. We believe that the more people who can be trained to understand the impact of stroke, the better the advice and support that is offered to stroke survivors and their families.
Stroke Association training has been widely recognised as the optimum solution in terms of comprehensive Stroke Training for 20 years, working with clients to ensure a positive and effective learning experience is had by all participants.
We have recently renewed our training portfolio to ensure that it continues to reflect the needs of professionals in the field. Please download our new training portfolio.
Our stroke trainers deliver workshops and training courses for professionals who work with people affected by stroke across all parts of the UK. These are designed for a wide range of professionals, including nurses, health care assistants, therapists, care staff, managers, social workers, and GPs.