I want to contact a department at the Stroke Association
How to contact a department at the Stroke Association.
Contact us about volunteering
Type: Volunteer
Find out how to contact us with questions you have about volunteering.
The fight to find new treatments
Stroke research takes time and money. With coronavirus (Covid-19) locking down labs, halting face-to-face contact and hitting our funds hard, developing life-changing new treatments is more challenging than ever.
Contact us
Find out how to contact the Stroke Association.
Tags: Contact
Corporate partnerships
If you're an organisation that would like to partner with us, contact our friendly team to hear more about our work.
Benefits and financial help after a stroke
Type: Support
Many people find that their finances suffer after a stroke. This page is about the main types of financial help available, and where to go for individual advice.
How to make a complaint
Type: Support
The National Clinical Guidelines outline what good stroke care should look like. If you do not feel you have received the right standard of care, or feel that you have been treated unfairly, you can make a complaint. 
Tags: Patients
Staying in touch with loved ones in hospitals and care homes
Type: News
Many UK hospitals and care homes have stopped or limited visits to reduce the spread of coronavirus. Here's some information to help you to stay in touch with loved ones if visiting isn’t possible.
Research Participants Needed: Male experiences as a family member of a person in a prolonged disorder of consciousness.
Type: Research
A researcher at Staffordshire University is seeking male family members/close friends of individuals who have experienced a Prolonged Disorder of Consciousness (PDoC) in the UK, aiming to gain a deeper understanding of this experience and enhance the support available.
UKSF 2022 Frequently Asked Questions
Find out everything you need to attend UK Stroke Forum 2022 by reading through our frequently asked questions.