The Childhood Stroke Support Service is available for children, families and young people affected by stroke in childhood.

The Service is a part of the Child Stroke Project - a collaboration between the Stroke Association and Evelina London Children's Hospital.

The service provides:

  • Information about stroke in childhood and related diagnoses.
  • Advice about local services and follow-up that families may find useful.
  • Support navigating health, social care and educational processes.
  • Advocacy for young people and families in accessing the services they need.
  • Emotional support in adjusting to the impact of stroke.
  • Signposting to peer support networks for parents and young people.
  • Information for professionals supporting young people affected by stroke.
  • Information about events and awareness raising opportunities.

To access the service please contact Anna Panton.

Resources and information can also be found on the Childhood Stroke webpage.



The Blue Building
4-8 Whites Grounds
United Kingdom


Anna Panton
07715 065925