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SameYou, founded by Emilia Clarke, is a charity that is dedicated to increasing access to rehabilitation services after brain injury & stroke for young people.
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SameYou 8h
Replying to @RhonddaBryant
We need to talk and raise awareness around ABI as well as the desperate need for increased neurorehabilitation services so this is fantastic news . Lots of requests for local MPs to attend, let’s hope they do. Look forward to hearing more about the debate.
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SameYou 12h
Can you help us break the silence around brain injury and stroke by becoming one of Emilia’s Game Changers? Our page is now live!
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SameYou 15h
Did you know 92% of stroke survivors experienced at least one cognitive effect, such as fatigue, problems with concentration, decision-making, reading, writing and poorer memory?
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SameYou Jun 25
Out of the 11,000 stroke survivors surveyed by , 86% experienced fatigue, 83% experienced problems with their short or long term memory and 80% reported to have suffered issues with their concentration.
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SameYou Jun 24
has publishedthe first chapter of their Lived Experience of Stroke, a report that reveals the realities of living with stroke, and the impact this has on individuals and their family members.
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SameYou Jun 23
The impact of stroke can be devastating. We believe all stroke survivors should receive the best possible neurorehabilitation. The Stroke Association has published the largest ever survey of stroke survivors. Report:
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SameYou Jun 22
The 's Lived Experience of Stroke report highlights how the hidden effects of stroke affect almost everyone, yet can often go unnoticed by the people in a stroke survivor’s life.
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SameYou Jun 21
There are currently over 1.2 million stroke survivors in the UK and 78% of them face a battle with depression, anxiety, mood swings and even suicidal thoughts. Can you help us raise awareness and increase access to neurorehabilitation?
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SameYou Jun 19
Thanks to , and for inviting SameYou to visit Queen Square's Rehabilitation unit and to discuss the brain injury recovery pathway. How wonderful to see the amazing work by the Queen Square team in action.
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SameYou Jun 19
Almost a million people who have survived stroke have developed at least one mental health problem, according to the latest report from the Stroke Association.
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Stroke Association Jun 19
Fatigue affects almost all stroke survivors and can be far more debilitating than people imagine. It's different from normal tiredness as it doesn’t get better with rest. Find out more about our Lived Experience of stroke report here:
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SameYou Jun 18
Today published the first chapter of their largest ever survey – The Lived Experience of Stroke. Over 11,000 stroke survivors from across the UK took part and the report highlights the devastating impact a stroke can have.
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SameYou Jun 17
Thank you to Lewis, Harry and Tom who spent their Sunday cycling 54 miles from London to Brighton for SameYou – to raise funds and awareness for better access to neurorehabilitation for young adults after brain injury. Well done lads!
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SameYou Jun 17
We support ground-breaking research to help the advancement in neurorehabilitation science. We’re working to raise funds to sponsor a two-year research program to uncover the impact of Acquired Brain Injury in young adults -
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SameYou Jun 15
Following a brain injury or stroke some people have difficulty with perception and struggle to make sense of the world around them. We want to increase the provision of immediate rehabilitation for young adults after leaving hospital. More on our website.
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SameYou Jun 14
Aphasia is an impairment of language that affects a person’s production or comprehension of speech and their ability to read or write. Aphasia is always due to injury of the brain – most commonly stroke.
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SameYou Jun 12
We'd like to give a huge thank you to who have supported SameYou from the start. Together, we're changing the game on access to rehabilitation for young people with brain injury. 
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SameYou Jun 12
Did you know that following a brain injury or stroke some people may experience emotional changes? These can change the way people feel or express their feelings and will vary from person to person.
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SameYou Jun 11
"My bruises have faded, but I’m still dealing with a traumatic brain injury and post-concussive syndrome. You just can’t see it." A brain injury story from .
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SameYou Jun 11
Looks like experienced a few technical problems over the weekend. If you had a problem donating, but would still like to, you can so here – Thank you.
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