Stroke news roundup: December 2022
Every month, there are news stories about stroke. From survivor stories to new research. Each month, we collect a few that caught our eye.
News roundup: November 2022
Stroke makes headlines every month. We try to collect these stories in a single place. This month, the news was full of stories about the NHS and ambulance services.
Stroke news roundup: October 2022
Each month, we publish a collection of stroke news stories. These can be the stories of stroke survivors, fundraising superstars or new medical research.
It's ask your pharmacist week...what does that mean?
It’s national Ask Your Pharmacist Week (31 October-7 November).
World Stroke Day 2022 – ‘Pass FAST on’ campaign launch
This World Stroke Day we are launching our ‘Pass FAST on’ campaign. The FAST (Face Arms Speech Time to call 999) test helps you to recognise the most common signs of a stroke. It reminds you what to do when stroke strikes.
A statement of condolence
All of us at the Stroke Association are incredibly saddened to learn of the death of our Patron Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II.
Stroke news roundup: July 2022
July was a month full of stroke news. The papers were full of stories about new research and procedures.
Stroke news roundup: June 2022
There are so many stories in the news about stroke, it can be hard to keep track. In our monthly news roundups we pull together a selection from the previous month to share.
Amazing Brains: Thinking and memory after stroke
Amazing Brains is an event where researchers can celebrate and share their progress in stroke research.
Aphasia Awareness Month: Resources to help you get online
This article has information about online tools for people with aphasia. There is also information about how businesses can help people with aphasia.