Tags: life after stroke
Rochdale stroke survivor walks daughter down the aisle after being left paralysed
A Rochdale stroke survivor who was left paralysed this year has walked his daughter down the aisle, after being supported by the Stroke Association.
Sheffield stroke survivors to benefit from new recovery service
More people affected by stroke in Sheffield will be able to receive support, with the launch of a new Stroke Recovery Service run by the Stroke Association.
Young stroke survivor takes on 100 mile cycle for the Stroke Association
Sarah Revill-Dews, 28 from Nottingham, will take on the Prudential RideLondon 100-mile challenge on Sunday 29 July, to mark how far she has come since surviving a stroke, just two days after her honeymoon.
Local woman set to host health fair for the Stroke Association
Lisa Murray, 42, from Nottingham, is hosting a health and wellbeing event on Wednesday 28 February to raise vital funds for the Stroke Association, after her mother survived a stroke.
Uttoxeter stroke survivor takes on Resolution Run for the Stroke Association
Michelle Richardson, 44, from Uttoxter, is taking on the Stroke Association’s Resolution Run on Sunday 25 February, to mark a milestone in her recovery from a life-changing stroke.
Almost half a million people in the UK could be lost for words by 2025
Around 475,000 stroke survivors across the UK could be living with the communication disability aphasia by 2025
Heywood stroke survivor adds her voice to Lost for Words campaign
Heywood stroke survivor Ann Gill, 75, is one of the thousands of people living with communication difficulties after a stroke.
Huddersfield stroke survivor adds his voice to Lost for Words campaign
Huddersfield stroke survivor David Jagger, 55, is one of the thousands of people living with communication difficulties after a stroke.
Stockport group celebrates five years of vital support for stroke survivors
Stockport Stroke Moving On Group is celebrating five years of helping stroke survivors on their road to recovery.
Grimsby stroke survivor invites people to Give a Hand and Bake for the Stroke Association
Grimsby stroke survivor and budding baker, Ann Cockerill, is calling on local residents to roll up their sleeves, grab a mixing bowl and bake to raise vital funds for stroke survivors.
Stroke survivor takes on 12 hour darts marathon for charity
Abbey Hulton stroke survivor, Richard Tabbernor, will be throwing arrows in a mammoth 12 hour darts marathon this Sunday, to raise vital funds for the Stroke Association.
The Stroke Association and Katumba ready to rock in Liverpool
The Stroke Association is calling on Liverpool stroke survivors, carers and health professionals to take part in a new drumming project with Katumba, Liverpool’s renowned drumming and movement group.
Stroke Association and Humberside Fire and Rescue Service join forces to help prevent stroke
The Stroke Association and Humberside Fire and Rescue Service (HFRS) have joined forces to help stroke survivors in Hull become more active.
Art after stroke exhibition launches in Sheffield
Artwork created by Sheffield stroke survivors will be the focus of a new exhibition at the Salvation Army Citadel, Psalter Lane in Sheffield, on Wednesday 28 June from 12:30pm - 3pm.
Stroke survivors tee off in Fleetwood
A Stroke Association voluntary group in Fylde and Wyre has teamed up with England Golf to provide golf sessions for stroke survivors in the area.
Stroke Association warns cuts to services will have a significant impact on Durham stroke survivors and carers
Peter Moore, Regional Director at the Stroke Association in the North East, comments on the impact of North Durham CCG and Durham Dales, Easington and Sedgefield CCG withdrawing the funding for the Stroke Association’s Stroke Recovery Service and Communication Support Service in County Durham and Darlington.
Wilmslow mother takes on Resolution Run
A mother of four from Wilmslow is taking on the Stroke Association’s Resolution Run on Sunday 05 March at Heaton Park after her little boy had a stroke in the womb.
Local stroke choir adds voices to Lost for Words campaign
A group of 15 stroke survivors and carers from the East Lancashire and Blackburn with Darwen Stroke Association Choir are adding their voices to the Stroke Association’s latest campaign: Lost for Words.
Unmarried adullts 'are more likely to die from stroke' - the Stroke Association comments
Having a spouse to care for someone 'in sickness and in health' improves stroke survival chances by up to 71 per cent, according to a new study