What kind of research does the Stroke Association fund?

We are the only organisation dedicated to funding research into ongoing rehabilitation – because we know that making the best possible recovery means everything to survivors and their loved ones.

Involvement network

Involvement means working with stroke survivors, carers and others by taking part in activities such as focus groups and have an active voice in helping us improve our digital products and services.

The year in review from the My Stroke Guide Team

We look back over the year at what challenges we faced launching the new My Stroke Guide. We also look forward to its future.

My Stroke Guide: recent changes and the reasons behind them

We've been busy here at My Stroke Guide. There have been a lot of changes to the site and the forum. Click to read more about what they changes are and why we made them.

Using the "watching" feature on the My Stroke Guide forum

By using the "watching" feature, you can be notified whenever a new reply or topic is added.

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