Global Atrial Fibrillation Aware Week

We are proud to be supporting Global Atrial Fibrillation Aware week between 21 and 27 November 2022.

What is the PREMS survey?

It is a survey from NHS England so that we can better understand how stroke care is provided. Keep reading to find out how it was developed and who will be filling it out. 

Ask your pharmacist

Things have been changing at your local pharmacy, including the introduction of a range of new NHS England services to support people who have survived a stroke or are at high risk of stroke.

Smart phone feature: In case of emergency (ICE)

ICE stands for "In case of emergency." It refers to a few different features on your mobile phone. You can set them up by following these instructions.

We need your help on a new video series

We are creating a new series of videos for My Stroke Guide. As a stroke survivor or carer, you understand better than anyone what will be useful and interesting to other stroke survivors.

Food after stroke project

We are working to produce a series of videos that focus on cooking after stroke. As a team, we have thoughts on several topics for this theme, but we’d like to hear from you about what content you would like to see on this subject.

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.

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