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Neil was a bright, sporty 13 year old who loved playing rugby and swimming. In late 2015, his life changed dramatically when he became suddenly unable to move his arm or speak at all. At hospital Neil’s family were told he’d had a stroke, caused by a rugby tackle a few weeks earlier.
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Read our strategy for 2015-18.
Hilary joined the Stroke Association in October 2017 to lead a new directorate with responsibility for corporate strategy, planning, programme management, research, insight and evaluation.