We’re here to support people to rebuild their lives after stroke.

We’re driven by our community.

Baz's story
I woke up and everything was spinning. For months afterwards I felt horrible. I wanted to die. I still get upset when I think about it.
Read Baz's story
Beth's story
Mum and I started baking after my stroke. It can be hard and sometimes I have to stop and rest, but it's fun and helps me get better. Me and mum are taking part in Give a Hand and Bake this year to help other stroke survivors get better.
Sign up to Give a Hand and Bake
Max's story
I had a stroke at my seventh birthday party. I got a pain on the right side of my head but I couldn’t cry because I lost my voice.
Read Max's story
Paul's story
I was 40 when I had my stroke. My job before was as an English teacher. But now I can’t read or write, so my job is to help other stroke survivors. Stroke for me was a pause, not the end of the story.
Read more about Paul in the latest edition of Stroke News
Phillipa's story
I was having a stroke but my daughter, Beth, recognised the signs straight away by using the FAST test. Because Beth reacted so quickly I was able to get help sooner and make a better recovery.
Learn the signs of a stroke
Stuart's story
When Pam was in hospital I was so keen for her to get home, but the reality was really hard. Nobody had talked to me and explained what being a full time carer involved.
Read chapter 3 of our lived experience of stroke report
We help peoplewhen they need it most.

Meet Ian, a stroke survivor and stroke group chairperson.

1.2 million

stroke survivors in the UK.

Meet Lydia, a Stroke Coordinator for Southampton.


strokes a year. That's one every five minutes.

Meet Lucy, one of our Helpline Information Officers.


could allow a stroke survivor to attend an art therapy group.

Your help makes all of this possible
With more donations and support from you, we can reach more people who need us.
Take part in an event to raise money and raise awareness of stroke.
The support of our volunteers allows us to reach more people affected by stroke.