News • Jan 07, 2019 10:05 GMT
Juliet Bouverie, Chief Executive at the Stroke Association said:
“Stroke is a devastating condition requiring action across the NHS. The Long-Term Plan cements it as the national priority that it needs to be. We are delighted to be working with NHS England and others across health and social care to roll it out. This will ensure that more strokes are prevented and all stroke patients get the best treatment and support that they so desperately need. We know this plan can and will ensure that more lives are saved and more people spared from serious disability.”
Stroke Association statement in response to NHS Long-Term Plan
Press Releases • Mar 19, 2019 10:25 GMT
Mike Jolly, 49, from Taverham, is taking on the Virgin Money London Marathon for the Stroke Association on Sunday 28 April 2019 after two of his closest friends also had strokes in the same year.
Press Releases • Mar 14, 2019 15:46 GMT
A stroke survivor from Southampton is taking on the London Landmarks Half Marathon on Sunday 24 March 2019, to raise vital funds for the Stroke Association.
Press Releases • Mar 14, 2019 14:48 GMT
Claire Haywood, 27, from Mansfield is taking on the Virgin Money London Marathon for the Stroke Association on Sunday 28 April 2019.
Press Releases • Mar 06, 2019 09:17 GMT
A Winchester stroke group is calling out for new members and volunteers to join them and help local stroke survivors on the road to recovery.
Press Releases • Mar 05, 2019 13:37 GMT
Stacey Bailey, 31, from Peterborough, made a New Year’s resolution to take part in her first ever Resolution Run in aid of the Stroke Association.
Press Releases • Mar 04, 2019 10:31 GMT
A local Hammersmith and Fulham stroke survivor who was left paralysed down one side of his body after surviving four strokes, is today paying tribute to the Stroke Association for helping him in his recovery.
Press Releases • Mar 01, 2019 13:48 GMT
Lewis Crawford, 25, from Wolverhampton, is taking on the Virgin Money London Marathon for the Stroke Association on Sunday 28 April 2019 after his best friend had two strokes aged just 25.
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