Find out more about our international work and our support of existing and new Stroke Support Organisations.
We strive to develop and extend partnerships in order to improve the quality of life after stroke and enhance stroke prevention.
Find out more about our leadership team and our Trustees.
Clodagh was working as a police officer when, in 2015, she had a devastating brain stem stroke which left her with locked-in syndrome. For three months, Clodagh was unable to move or speak and could only communicate by blinking.
Richard began to pursue his passion for photography after he had a stroke very suddenly at the age of 31 which left him unable to speak. He has shown amazing courage and motivation, working hard to recover some of his speech.
We’re committed to being open and transparent about the work that we do, the money we raise and how we spend it. Read our approach on executive pay and remuneration.
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The Stroke Association is a charity and we rely heavily on the donations of supporters to make this work possible. Thank you to all our generous donors who have donated to us on the honour wall
We're proud to have a brilliant array of high profile supporters who go the extra mile to raise awareness of our work and help us support and campaign for stroke survivors.
Whether it’s taking part in a fundraising run, meeting the people we support, or giving time for media interviews, we would like to thank everyone for being such an important part of our family.
Stroke survivor Ian tells us how joining a stroke group changed his outlook on life for the better, and shares his group's plans to Make May Purple. Explore our advice and ideas for accessible days out and our Helpline guidance on getting back to work after a stroke. Plus, find out how you can get involved in Step Out for Stroke.