Social distancing doesn't have to mean you are alone. We are here to support everyone to rebuild their lives after stroke.

We know that isolation can be difficult and having limited contact with the outside world could have a damaging effect on our mental health and wellbeing. We want you to join our Stroke Assembly community to find support, access tips and techniques and discover ways we can stay connected with each other.

Sadly, we aren’t able to invite you to a face to face event this year. Instead, we're bringing the UK Stroke Assembly 2020 to you. We'll provide online resources, workshops and materials to support your recovery at home.

From Wednesday 2 September to Wednesday 7 October, we'll be hosting weekly webinars and a range of activities to keep you engaged with our community and to ensure everyone is able to find the support they need.

UK Stroke Assembly virtual - Part 1

Catch up or re-watch the webinar sessions from Part 1 of this year’s UK Stroke Assembly virtual event by clicking this button below.


UKSA Virtual 2020 Part 1

UK Stroke Assembly virtual - Part 2

Week 1

11.00am - 11.45am

Staying positive and staying active

Join our panel as we share our staying active experiences, be inspired and gain top tips and advice for reaching you’re staying active and staying positive goals.  

Watch session recording - catch up or re-watch our ‘Staying Positive and Staying Active’ webinar:

Online resources:

Week 2

Wednesday 9 September 2020

11.00am – 11.45am

Stroke in younger people

We know in these difficult times finding the right support can be challenging. Join this session as we focus on stroke in younger people; hear personal experiences from our panel as we look at the challenges of adapting to the recent pandemic, moving forward in recovery and finding services and support that is available.

Watch session recording - catch up or re-watch our ‘Stroke in younger people’ webinar:

Online resources:

Visit Different Strokes to find out how they are adapting their services to support younger people affected by stroke.

Find out more about the N-ROL rehabilitation research that Same You is currently funding.

Also, discover how the Stroke Association is supporting people to continue to rebuild their lives whilst at home by reading about our Stroke Association Connect service.

Week 3

Wednesday 16 September 2020

11.00am – 11.45am

Amazing Brains - The race against time in emergency stroke care

Want to learn more about the latest advancements being made in emergency stroke care research? Join our panel to hear from researcher Dr Graham McClelland, stroke survivor Elizabeth Kay and Stoke Association Research Director Dr Rubina Ahmed.

Week 4

Wednesday 23 September 2020


11.00am - 11.45am


Managing finances after stroke


Stroke can have a huge impact on your personal finances. Hear from our experienced panel and gain top tips, advice and support to accessing finance services, and online support.

Week 5

Wednesday 30 September 2020




UK Stroke Assembly and UK Stroke Club Conference Social evening
Get ready to join us for an evening of fun and action as we invite you to our first-ever social, as part of this year’s UK Stroke Assembly and UK Club Conference events. Test your knowledge and join in with our exciting quiz, as we bring together everyone affected by stroke for one evening.

Week 6

Wednesday 7 October


11.00am - 11.45am


Hope after stroke


You may know what it’s like to lose hope after a stroke and the impact that can have on recovery. Our vital support services help stroke survivors find hope so they can rebuild their lives. Join this interactive session to hear how important hope has been to other stroke survivors and share your own experiences to help raise awareness. #HopeAfterStroke


 Sign up today

If you joined us for part 1 of this year’s UK Stroke Assembly, you will not need to register again, please use same link that has been provided to access all of our webinars. You will also receive updated joining instructions in our weekly emails.

Help shape our programme

As we take a short break from our webinar series, we would like your help to design our next programme for September.

Please take a few moments to complete this short survey.

Survey form

We have also designed an aphasia friendly survey form to support providing your feedback.

Aphasia friendly survey form

If you need any help completing these forms, please email or call 01527 903 914. Your answers will help us with planning future events.