Below you can find a selection of articles from past editions of Stroke News magazine. If you can't find what you're looking for, or you'd like to share your feedback, please contact strokenews@stroke.org.uk.
 

Improving wellbeing after stroke

Stroke survivor Loretta and Dr Emma Patchwood explain how a new research study aims to improve mental health support for stroke survivors.

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The fight to reshape stroke care in Northern Ireland

Why our campaigners are calling on the Northern Ireland government to urgently resume its plans for reshaping stroke care.

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Increasing accessibility for people with aphasia

How a new scheme can make it easier for people with aphasia, like Mark, to use businesses and services with confidence.

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Free will scheme

Leanne explains how making a Will gave her peace of mind following her stroke, and find out how you can save money with our Free Will Scheme.

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Stay active after stroke

Phil shares the importance of physical activity for wellbeing and tips for getting moving after stroke.

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Setting the agenda for stroke research

How our Stroke Priority Setting Partnership (PSP) identified the research areas that matter most.

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The joy of cooking

How home cooking can boost wellbeing and help control your salt intake, reducing your risk of stroke.

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Financial help while you're out of work

If you're unable to work after a stroke, you may be able to claim benefits.

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Mum's stronger than anyone we know

When their mum had a stroke, teenagers Molly and Lucy found their world turned upside down.

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Prioritising stroke in Wales

Stroke survivor Stephen explains why he's joining us in calling on the Welsh Government to develop a new national strategic plan for stroke care. 

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Improving conversations about recovery

Stroke researcher Lousia Burtonills is trying to improve the way that health care professionals talk about stroke recovery

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Staying in touch with loved ones in hospital and care homes

Our stroke helpline offer guidance on keeping in contact with loved ones if you're unable to visit in person

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My recovery mountains

Climber Steve Bowker's life changed dramatically when he had a stroke while 30 foot up a rock face.

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Reducing my stroke risk

Since his stroke, Dave has been making small changes to his lifestyle to reduce his risk of stroke.

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A Walk to Remember Nana

Emily and her family are taking part in A Walk to Remember to raise money in her great-grandmother's memory.

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