This is a very exciting time to join the Stroke Association and this post presents a real opportunity for ambitious fundraising specialists to make their mark.
We are looking for an experienced Senior Evaluation Officer with excellent knowledge of evaluation methodologies who can lead on a range of projects across the organisation.
This is a very exciting time to join the Stroke Association and this post presents a junior fundraiser with a real opportunity to make their mark.
We require an experienced fundraising specialist with demonstrable track records of success, or those with transferable experience in financial services or luxury goods marketing.
We require experienced fundraising specialists with demonstrable track records of success, or those with transferable experience in financial services or luxury goods marketing.
As a key member reporting to the CEO and in support of the Executive Board, you will lead on embedding a culture of business partnering working across all business functions and areas of operation as well as leading major programmes of change as we undertake the transformation of our organisation
Managing Stroke as a Long Term Complex Condition
Programme at a glance
Programme in depth
Long-term survivorship: Prior to her stroke Shani Shamah was a London City Investment Banker and publisher of books on finance. Hear first-hand Shani’s story and how she manages her recovery.
Using SLT-led interventions to improve well-being in people with aphasia: Professor Hilari is a Speech and Language Therapist with a background in Psychology. She has worked with people with aphasia in the NHS in both acute and rehabilitation settings. Katerina’s research is focused on the long-term impact and psychosocial aspects of stroke and aphasia. Her interests and current projects include the assessment of quality of life in people with communication disabilities; the effectiveness of aphasia therapy on activities, participation and quality of life; and the effectiveness of psychosocial interventions for people with aphasia.
Hear from Katerina to understand how aphasia impacts social and emotional well-being; consider the roles of stroke professionals in managing well-being and develop interventions to improve it.
The burden of living with medicines. What support can we offer stroke survivors? Dr. Sarah Corlett has been a registered pharmacist since 1990 and has worked in community, and hospital practice. She has held academic positions with the University of Bradford and the University of Kent. Her research interests focus around helping patients to make better use of their medicines.
Hear from Sarah to understand the difficulties stroke survivors experience while living with medicines and identify the support available to them to help manage their medicines more effectively.
Let’s Communicate: A case study session: Josh Murphy has been working at the Stroke Association since 2012, having qualified as a Speech and Language Therapist from the University of Sheffield. Josh has held several front-line roles including Life after Stroke Coordinator and Stroke Information Services Helpline Officer, working alongside health and social care professionals to provide information, advice and support to stroke survivors and their families across the UK. Josh uses his practical knowledge of the needs of stroke survivors to deliver engaging stroke specific training to health and social care professionals.
Hear from Josh to identify where in the communication chain difficulties can occur and implement appropriate strategies to support communication.
Your continuous professional development matters
Earn six CPD points awarded by the Royal College of Physicians and gain a certificate of attendance.
Discounted rates available
This masterclass has an early bird rate of £85 per person and lunch is included. We also offer discounts for groups of 5 or more.
We are looking for an enthusiastic and highly organised individual with good planning and business analysis skills to join our newly established Strategy and Research directorate.
Our Moving Forward After Stroke (MFAS) Programme provides exercise and education sessions for stroke survivors to reduce their risk of further strokes, improve their levels of physical fitness, reduce social isolation and support daily living.
As an Office and Administration Supporter, you'll be providing administrative support to the Croydon Life After Stroke Service.