Life After Stroke Awards 2020 nominations
We want to ensure that the Life After Stroke Awards continue to celebrate the amazing achievements of people affected by stroke. This is why we’re taking some time to review the national ceremony and our local Life After Stroke Awards. The national event which has traditionally been held in November will be moving to a later date in early 2020, to allow us time to carry out this important review.
We’ll be announcing exciting plans for the event very soon. In the meantime, nominations will remain open and the deadline will be extended until September 2019.
If you’ve already made a nomination this year, it will be still put forward to our panel of judges. Any enquiries should be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org
How we select our winners
All nominations for the Life After Stroke Awards will be considered by a panel who will agree a shortlist for each award category. Shortlisted nominations will then go forward to a final judging panel.
Each member of our diverse judging panel has been touched by stroke in some way, and all support the Stroke Association's goal of improving the lives of people affected by stroke.
What our judges will be looking for
In each nomination our judges are looking for a positive story of achievement with evidence of determination and triumph through adversity. They will be searching for clear examples of how an individual or group is demonstrating life after stroke.
For all categories, our judges will look for stories that inspire in some way. They will look positively on nominees who are engaging with the community, and who are using activities to aid rehabilitation and recovery.
If the person or group you nominate is not selected to win an award, they will receive a certificate of achievement. The certificates will be sent to the nominee's regional Stroke Association office who will arrange for presentation of the certificates after the UK ceremony has taken place.
Top tips for your nomination
- Discover our useful tips for each category.
- Include as much information and as many practical examples of life after stroke as possible.
- Your nomination doesn’t have to be perfectly written. Judges will be looking for a story of life after stroke and won't be judging you on your spelling or grammar.
- If you need assistance in making your nomination or you're struggling with the online form, we can send you a form in the post or you can nominate over the phone. Please email email@example.com or call us on 01527 903 927.