We are excited to share that the Government has just committed to the new national plan for stroke that we have been developing with NHS England.
Stroke is one of the biggest killers in Wales and a leading cause of disability, with around 7,400 strokes occurring each year. There are nearly 67,000 stroke survivors living in Wales.
A major new national research programme using robot assisted training to help NHS stroke patients regain movement in their affected arm, has been officially launched in the North East.
Join Team Stroke for the Ring O' Fire marathon, a coastal ultra-marathon which takes runners on an extraordinary 135-mile journey around the Isle of Anglesey, North Wales.
Browse through a list of organisations that can provide information and support for patients.
At our latest training day, we were delighted to welcome Professor Tony Rudd CBE, National Clinical Director for Stroke with NHS England. He talked to our lecturers about what he felt makes a good leader.
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.
At present it is not clear how best to organise NHS services so that patients can benefit from thrombectomy for stroke. The Institute of Heath Services, Newcastle University, has produced an online survey to understand the preferences of stroke survivors, their carers and the public on the future of stroke thrombectomy service organisation in the UK.
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.
What does the Comprehensive Spending Review 2015 mean for stroke prevention, treatment and care?