Stroke news roundup: April 2022
There are countless stories in the news about stroke every month. In our monthly roundup, we select a handful of the ones that we found most interesting and important.
Stroke news roundup: March 2022
Our news roundup is a monthly selection of news stories about stroke. These could be the latest medical research or the stories of stroke survivors.
Stroke news roundup: February 2022
Every month, we collect the news stories about stroke. These include survivors sharing their stories and even the occasional famous face. We also collect stories about new research and NHS changes.
Practice filling in online forms using our new activity
Everything is now online. You can pay your bills, do online banking, fill out applications for a job or benefits, and so on. You do all of it by filling out online forms, but this may not be so easy to do when you have aphasia.
Stroke news roundup: January 2022
Stroke is in the news every month. From inspiring fundraising journeys to emotional survivor stories to exciting medical research. We thought we'd pull together just a selection from the previous month to share here on My Stroke Guide.
Safer Internet Day: tips to keep you safe online
Today, 8 February 2022, is Safer Internet day. So we thought we'd take this opportunity to share some tips on how to stay safe online.
Act FAST this winter
Stroke strikes every five minutes in the UK. It can happen to anyone, of any age, at any time.
The new My Stroke Guide YouTube channel
You can now watch our videos on the My Stroke Guide YouTube channel on topics such as mental health, moving your body after stroke, medicine and more.
Your views matter, help us improve My Stroke Guide
As we grow My Stroke Guide, it’s vital that we capture our users' feedback and suggestions to better develop it into the best resource and support tool for stroke survivors, their carers and loved ones.
The new Digital Health Assistant (DHA)
Digital Health Assistant (DHA) is a new email service that will provide stroke survivors with information relevant to their stroke and its effects.