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Stroke Association
Stroke changes lives in an instant, but the brain can adapt. And so can you. We’re here to support people to rebuild their lives after stroke. Monitored 8am-4pm
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Stroke Association 11h
Harriet from Chelmsford is supporting our Christmas appeal, after surviving a life-threatening stroke. This Christmas, Harriet is asking people to make a donation to help support survivors & their families, as they rebuild their lives:
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Stroke Association 13h
There's still time to sign-up! We’re delighted to offer 50 free places to stroke survivors at our virtual UK Stroke Forum this December. You'll hear first-hand from those with lived experience throughout the programme. Find out more here:
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Stroke Association 15h
Replying to @stumc33
HI Stuart. We're so sorry to hear about this. The best people to talk to here for advice would be our helpline and you can contact them on 0303 3033 100 or email helpline@stroke.org.uk. I hope you manage to get some advice. Thanks again.
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Stroke Association 16h
For many people, it’s following a call to our Stroke Helpline that they first begin to feel that there is . By providing vital services like our Helpline, we help people to find a glimmer of hope - and rebuild their lives:
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Stroke Association Nov 24
Replying to @IanCart52232399
Wow this is incredible! What a huge achievement, Ian. Proof that there is .
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Stroke Association Nov 24
Replying to @TheStrokeAssoc
You can find out about our charity’s role to ensure stroke is a priority by funding stroke research at , and campaigning at .
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Stroke Association Nov 24
Our charity funds life-changing research. Today & spoke about the value of charity-funded research. A timely reminder that Government must back charity-funded so the UK is equipped to tackle our biggest health challenges.
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Stroke Association Nov 24
A third of stroke survivors are people of working age. Former Player Steve Ojomoh, tells his story. Remember there are steps you can take to reduce your risk of stroke such as making small changes to diet and keeping an eye on blood pressure
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Stroke Association Nov 24
Karen, Joey's mum: "You never think stroke will happen to somebody you know. We were just a normal family and in ten minutes our lives changed. The Stroke Association helps families like mine to see that there is ." Please donate today:
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Stroke Association Nov 23
Replying to @Dziner4Art
We agree that thrombectomy is a game-changing treatment that should be available to more stroke patients in the UK, & that they should receive the right amount of rehab on stroke wards. That's why we work with policymakers & healthcare professionals to ensure stroke is a priority
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Stroke Association Nov 23
Replying to @Dziner4Art
We're sorry you feel this way. We hope that by funding research and providing support, we can help people rebuild their lives after stroke. If you, or someone you know is looking for support, please do call our helpline on 0303 3033 100 or visit .
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Stroke Association Nov 23
Replying to @TheStrokeAssoc
We'd still love to hear your ...so please keep sharing with us.🙂 You can also find out more about our research at
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Helen Morse🧠 Nov 23
Replying to @TheStrokeAssoc
My is that everyone has access to the rehabilitation they need and for as long as they need, for all (cognitive, physical, emotional etc) impacts of a stroke. Using technology could help reach out to stroke survivors and provide them extra support at home
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Katie Monnelly Nov 23
Replying to @TheStrokeAssoc
Hi I'm Katie. A speech and language therapist and PhD researcher funded by the Stroke Association. I have because we have brilliant stroke survivors and family who are involved in driving the research. In listening to them, we hope to deliver the best research.
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Stroke Association Nov 23
Replying to @TheStrokeAssoc
Thank you for all of your fantastic comments so far. What about your hope for the future in the next 10 years?
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Stroke Association Nov 23
Replying to @TheStrokeAssoc
Join the conversation with us now! Share with us your hope for stroke research, and people affected in the next few years?
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Stroke Association Nov 23
Stroke research can find new ways and improve treatment and care for people affected by stroke. You can find stroke researchers talking about their in the comments below from 1-2pm. 👇
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Stroke Association Nov 20
Our charity improves stroke treatment and care by supporting future leaders in stroke research. We met with them to discuss hope for stroke research and life after stroke during a challenging year. Join the discussion next Monday between 1pm-2pm. .
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Stroke Association Nov 20
Replying to @Alison_0410
We've sent one now :)
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Carly Davey Nov 20
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