Have your say for stroke

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We’re asking people affected by stroke, including close friends and family who are supporting stroke survivors, and health and social care professionals in stroke to choose their most important unanswered questions about stroke.

During March to August 2020, over 1400 people told us their questions about stroke. We had about 4000 questions, which were grouped to make a much shorter list by bringing together those that are the same 

You can look at the list of unanswered questions and tell us which can make the biggest difference to the lives of people affected by stroke. This can help focus research to answer the questions that can make the biggest change.

You can look at the list of unanswered questions and tell us which can make the biggest difference to the lives of people affected by stroke. This can help focus research to answer the questions that can make the biggest change.

Go to www.stroke.org.uk/jla to have your say for stroke. You can find the online forms and more information. You can also help us spread the word by sharing the survey. 

The survey will close in on the 21 March so take the chance to have your say right now.

You can find out why this project is important in this video.

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