Our frequently asked question section for UKSF.
It's thought that almost half of all stroke patients experience symptoms of dysphagia (swallowing difficulties) after their stroke. The Royal College of Speech and Language Therapists (RCSLT) and the National Institute of Health Research (NIHR) are running a research priority setting project in dysphagia.
The prime objective of the Dover Stroke Club is to provide a social outlet to all who because of the effects of their stroke are either able or unable to take part in normal community life.
Fancy a cuppa? Our Sip for Stroke events are a fantastic chance to catch up with friends over your favourite tipple and raise funds to help change the lives of people affected by stroke.
Peterborough Stroke Information Café offers an opportunity for anyone affected by stroke to meet with others for peer support, information, advice and guidance on where to go for support in the local area.
Professional Masterclasses from the Stroke Training team are a chance to gain CPD for health and social care professionals working in the field of stroke. These highly popular training sessions provide excellent access to leading stroke professionals and are being held all over the UK, in England, Scotland and Wales.
Make May Purple for stroke is the Stroke Association's annual stroke awareness month, which takes place every May.
The largest multidisciplinary event for stroke care professionals in the UK.
The UK Stroke Assembly is an annual event, that gives those affected by stroke a voice to talk about the issues that matter to them. Whether a stroke survivor, carer or family member this unique event is your opportunity to: share your story, hear about the latest developments in stroke, try something new and take action.
The Chiltern Stroke Club provides peer support to stroke survivors and their carers every Tuesday at the Holy Trinity Church in High Wycombe. Activities include social support, meals, outings, games, guest speakers, holidays and exercise classes with a neuro-trained instructor.