When the Words Away Went: A new documentary about aphasia
A new documentary all about aphasia is coming out soon. 40% of stroke survivors have aphasia. They struggle to communicate.
Stroke news roundup: April 2023
Every month, news sites around the world feature stories about stroke. It’s a lot to keep track of! That’s why we try to collate a few of these in our monthly stroke news roundups.
News roundup: March 2023
News websites and channels are so full these days, it can be hard to find the stories you're interested in. That's why every month we pull together some of the stories about stroke that catch our eye.
Stroke news roundup: February 2023
There are so many stories about stroke in the news every month. That's why we try to highlight a few in our regular news roundup.
What to eat with swallowing difficulties after a stroke
After a stroke, it is very common for individuals to experience difficulties in their swallowing abilities. This is medically known as dysphagia.
Stroke news roundup: January 2023
Every month there are news stories about stroke. Some are stories from survivors and their families. Others are about potential medical breakthroughs. We gather a selection of these each month and add it here in our news roundup.
Stroke Prevention Day 2023
Our charity started Stroke Prevention Day in 2021 to encourage people to make lifestyle changes to reduce their risk of stroke. This year Stroke Prevention Day is on Thursday 12th January and we're doing something slightly different.
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.
Stroke 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.