Take a look at the volunteering opportunities currently available for supporting stroke survivors. Find all the information you need to apply.
We currently offer a range of stroke services and support over 60,000 stroke survivors, carers and families every year.
As a befriender, you can support people in your local area on a one-to-one basis according to their individual needs. You can spend time socially with stroke survivors and develop a productive friendship for an agreed period. You will help people achieve their personal goals, become more independent and re-integrate with their community.
As a mentor, you can support survivors and carers with their recoveries on a one-to-one basis according to their individual needs. This may be as part of a Stroke Association service or to help an individual transition from a service to long-term peer support in the community.
As a peer supporter, you can support people on a one-to-one basis according to their individual needs. You will help people to achieve their personal goals and become more independent.
Communication Service Supporter
As a Communication Service Supporter, you can provide focused support to facilitate communication in groups, or on a one-to-one basis in a stroke survivor's home, and enable them to access activities and services in their local community.
Our drivers provide a safe, comfortable transport service to stroke survivors and sometimes their carers and families, as well as baggage and/or equipment.
My Stroke Guide Buddy
As a My Stroke Guide Buddy, you will introduce My Stroke Guide to survivors and carers, explain the functions in detail and in a clear manner and help people to personalise their accounts.
Service Group Supporter
As a Service Group Supporter, you will be part of a team assisting in the running of one or more of our service groups.