In 2015 we supported 4,218 stroke survivors across Wales, 3,313 of whom were new to our services and we provided direct care to over 619 carers.

Our 452 volunteers donated 20,045 hours of their time to support stroke survivors, equating to a contribution to the value of almost £261,190.

Welsh volunteers and staff at our volunteer conference

Welsh elections 2016

The Welsh Assembly elections took place on 5 May 2016.

As a campaigning organisation, the Stroke Association in Wales is always working to demonstrate to politicians the vital importance of good stroke prevention, treatment, and care. 

We called on all political parties to support four key priorities for the new Welsh government:

  1. Ensuring the best stroke care and support.
  2. Building a strong stroke research base.
  3. Preventing more avoidable strokes.
  4. Mandatory basic training in stroke care for care home staff.

You’ll find more detail on these calls in our briefing ‘Stroke priorities for the next Welsh Government’, in Welsh and English.

Contact us

The Stroke Association Wales office address:
Stroke Association
Unit 8
Cae Gwyrdd
Greenmeadow Springs Business Park
CF15 7AB
Tel: 029 2052 4400
We also have a satellite office in St Asaph:
Stroke Association
Unit 17
Ffordd Richard Davies
St. Asaph Business Park
St Asaph
LL17 0LJ
Tel: 01745 508 524
To find out more about support services and social groups in your area you can use our postcode search facility.
For information about stroke and details of the Stroke Association's local services and support, please call our helpline on 0303 3033 100 or email 
You can also follow us on Twitter @StrokeWales and like our Facebook page -  Stroke Association Wales.