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We believe in life after stroke. That’s why we actively campaign for better stroke care, working with politicians of all parties to ensure stroke remains high on the political agenda. Find out what we're up to across England, Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales.

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England

We are excited about the new National Stroke Programme. Our campaigning in England will help ensure this Programme is delivered. 

It's a huge task, but one that we are determined to succeed with. We'd love you to help us deliver life-changing improvements for people affected by stroke right across England, whether preventing stroke in the first place, making sure people get the right treatment in the crucial first few hours after a stroke, or giving people the ongoing support they need when rebuilding their lives.

“As stroke survivors, we know what it’s like to live daily with the life-changing physical, emotional and mental effects of this condition. Our voices matter so much. We must campaign for things to be improved and changed to make life better for ourselves, our family members and carers.”
Julie Monk, Stroke survivor and campaigner

Northern Ireland

We are working to influence the Department of Health in Northern Ireland. The Stroke Association want to urgently progress plans to reshape and improve stroke services. This includes services such as prevention, acute care and long-term support. These changes need to be led by the stroke community.

Scotland

The Stroke Association in Scotland wants to influence and encourage the Scottish Government and Health Boards. The Stroke Association wants to work together to organise solutions to make the benefits of 24/7 hyper acute stroke care available to people across Scotland.

Wales

The Stroke Association communicates the views of stroke survivors and their family members and carers to policymakers, the NHS and local government. The Stroke Association campaigns to improve services for all those affected by stroke in Wales. This is so all stroke patients and survivors can rebuild their lives and make the best possible recovery.

We work closely with the Cross Party Group on Stroke in the Welsh Parliament. They produced a report into implementation of the Welsh Government’s Stroke Delivery Plan.

We’re calling on political parties to include a new national plan for stroke in their manifestos for the Welsh Parliament elections in 2021. You can find out more about what we want to see the next Welsh Government achieve for those affected by stroke in our document “The next Welsh Government: A new plan for stroke in Wales”.

Cymru

Mae'r Gymdeithas Strôc yn cyfleu barn goroeswyr strôc ac aelodau o'u teuluoedd a'u gofalwyr i lunwyr polisi, y GIG a llywodraeth leol. Mae'r Gymdeithas Strôc yn ymgyrchu i wella gwasanaethau i bawb y mae strôc yn effeithio arnynt yng Nghymru. Mae hyn er mwyn i bob claf strôc a goroeswyr ailadeiladu eu bywydau a gwneud yr adferiad gorau posibl.

Rydym yn gweithio'n agos gyda'r Grŵp Trawsbleidiol ar Strôc yn y Senedd. Fe wnaethant gynhyrchu adroddiad ar weithredu Cynllun Cyflenwi Strôc Llywodraeth Cymru.

Rydym yn galw ar bleidiau gwleidyddol i gynnwys cynllun cenedlaethol newydd ar gyfer strôc yn eu maniffestos ar gyfer etholiadau’r Senedd yn 2021. Gallwch ddarganfod mwy am yr hyn yr ydym am weld Llywodraeth nesaf Cymru yn ei gyflawni  ar gyfer y rhai yr effeithir arnynt gan strôc yn ein dogfen “Llywodraeth Cymru nesaf: Cynllun newydd ar gyfer strôc yng Nghymru”.

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