More than a quarter (26%) of stroke survivors living with visual impairment do not receive adequate support, research funded by the Stroke Association and Thomas Pocklington Trust, reveals.

The findings of the report, 'Care provision and unmet need for post-stroke visual impairment (Vision 2020)', show that a third of practitioners do not supply vision information to patients or carers, despite an estimated three in five (60%) stroke survivors in the UK living with visual impairment.

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