Our Rebuilding Lives campaign is changing the way people think about stroke using stroke survivors’ real stories. Told in their own words. Unscripted. Unfiltered.
The Exhibition and Stroke Club Exchange are a key part of the UK Stroke Club Conference. Based in the hub of the conference centre, the exhibition provides delegates with a chance to learn about products and services that can support groups and their members in their life after stroke.
Caerphilly County Borough Council yesterday decided not to continue funding the area’s stroke recovery service. The Stroke Association, which runs the service, has expressed disappointment at the decision.
Frequently asked questions regarding the UK Stroke Assembly.
Make May Purple is the Stroke Association's fundraising and awareness campaign during National Stroke Awareness month.
We’re working tirelessly to support the NHS and develop new ways to help stroke survivors rebuild their lives during these difficult times. Discover the impact of stroke and how your support can help people make the best recovery possible.
In these three videos, Baz, Luna and Alisha tell us about their experience of stroke. Part of the Rebuilding Lives campaign.
Alisha features in our Rebuilding Lives campaign. She had a stroke aged 26. She was a primary school teacher at the time. Alisha’s stroke left her unable to read, write or walk. It also left her with aphasia.
Baz features in our Rebuilding Lives campaign. Baz had a stroke in 1992 and recovery has been long and tough. Over the course of 27 years of physiotherapy and speech therapy, he’s been slowly rebuilding his life.
Brian is rebuilding his life after stroke left him unable to speak, read or write and he was diagnosed with aphasia. He also had mobility problems.