After one of the toughest years in the NHS’s history, it’s essential that the NHS and all its partners pool their collective strengths.
Stroke is one of the biggest killers in Wales and a leading cause of disability, with around 8,000 strokes occurring each year. There are nearly 69,000 stroke survivors living in Wales.
Find out how we have been making stroke the priority it needs to be, and our various achievements as a result of having this important goal.
Find out more about our people, our leadership team and our Trustees. View a short video to see what motivates us and what it’s like in our charity.
In a year in which healthcare staff across the UK have gone the extra mile, the team at the Cardiff and Vale University Health Board Stroke Service are doing even more to support those affected by stroke.
Find out how we have been partnering with people and communities to help them take action on stroke.
Our policy positions set out in detail where we stand on big issues that affect stroke survivors and the wider world of stroke.
Stroke still strikes every five minutes in the UK and recovery is tougher than ever with increased isolation and social distancing.
Find out how we’ve helped Jim to rebuild his life and how we’re developing new ways to make sure we can still be there for stroke survivors, and our NHS.
Claire has been a Stroke Supporter Coordinator in the Fylde and Wyre area for almost five years. She tells us how her job has changed during the coronavirus pandemic.
Arnot Hughes, 74 from Llandaff, Cardiff had a stroke in February 2020, just before the coronavirus pandemic forced a national lockdown.