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.
Rochdale stroke survivors get active with Stroke Association’s new Moving Forward programme
The Stroke Association has launched its new Moving Forward After Stroke programme in Rochdale, to help local stroke survivors get more active.
Stockport stroke survivors get active with Stroke Association’s new Moving Forward programme
The Stroke Association launched its new Moving Forward After Stroke programme in Stockport on Tuesday 06 February, to help local stroke survivors get more active.
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.
Survivors conquer stroke to raise vital funds
Hull stroke survivors have raised over £880 for the Stroke Association by taking part in the charity’s Conquer Stroke Duathlon in East Park, Holderness Road, Hull.
Local stroke choir Makes May Purple in Lancashire
Stroke survivors and carers from the Stroke Association’s Pennine Lancs Stroke Choir have been celebrating Make May Purple for stroke, with a series of musical events across Lancashire.
Greater Manchester stroke survivors bring challenges of stroke to life with new film
Greater Manchester stroke survivors have lent their voices and experiences to a powerful new animation to help raise awareness of stroke during Make May Purple.
Stroke survivors tee off in Blackburn
The Stroke Association in Blackburn has teamed up with England Golf to provide golf courses for stroke survivors in the area.
Halton stroke survivors get creative for Make May Purple
Halton stroke survivors have been getting creative during Make May Purple with a range of purple flower sculptures to celebrate the Stroke Association’s national awareness month.
Stroke Association puts the spotlight on stroke with celebratory event during Make May Purple
The Mayor of Lancaster, Councillor Robert Redfern, joined stroke survivors, health professionals and Stroke Association staff members to put the spotlight on stroke at a celebratory event organised during Make May Purple.
Young stroke survivor Connor Lynes joins the Stroke Association to Make May Purple in Hull
Hull stroke survivor Connor Lynes has joined the Stroke Association to host the charity’s Conquer Stroke Duathlon in East Park, Holderness Road, Hull on Saturday 20 May.
Stroke survivors take to the stage for stand-up comedy night during Make May Purple
Merseyside stroke survivors are preparing to step into the spotlight for a stand-up comedy night at 81 Renshaw to raise vital funds for the Stroke Association on Wednesday 24 May.
Stroke survivors tee off in Chester
The Stroke Association in Chester has teamed up with England Golf to provide golf courses for stroke survivors in the area.
Stroke survivors return to work with help from the Life After Stroke Centre
The Stroke Association and the Heart of Worcestershire College have teamed up to help stroke survivors return to work, with a ten week course at the charity’s Life After Stroke Centre, Bromsgrove.
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.
Washington Life After Stroke Group calls out for new members and local volunteers
A Washington stroke group is calling out for new members and volunteers to join them and help local stroke survivors on the road to recovery.