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The UK Stroke Assembly: an annual event that enables stroke survivors and their families to express their opinions and hopes in a UK-wide forum. Find out more

Presentations available, after a successful series of events

on Wed, 07/09/2016 - 17:56

2016 has been an interesting and successful year. Through launching more Stroke Assembly events a wider audience of those affected by stroke and aphasia have had their chance to have their say on matters important to them and learn from each other. 

Plans for 2017 events are currently being reviewed and will be shared here soon.  In the meantime follow this link to find out more about the Stroke Assembly events held in 2016.

If you have any suggestions fo the programme or wish to be informed about future UK Stroke Assembly events contact us on 01527 903 930 or email 

UK Stroke Assembly South inspires a new audience

on Wed, 13/07/2016 - 12:48

The first ever UK Stroke Assembly South was held on Thursday 7 - Friday 8 July near Swindon, reaching a new audience of stroke survivors and carers, and giving them a platform to have their say and take action on stroke. 

Delegates were inspired by talks from stroke survivors and professionals working in stroke research and rehabilitation. Visit the Stroke Association's Facebook page for photos from the event, or click here to find out more.

Amazing couple of days at UK Stroke Assembly North

on Fri, 27/05/2016 - 13:23

Over 120 people affected by stroke and aphasia attended the UK Stroke Assembly North on 13-14 June, with many encouraging stories and experiences shared. Thank you to everyone who came to the East Midlands Conference Centre and helped make the energetic event a success.

A brief summary of the event and photos can be found on the Stroke Association Facebook page, or click here for further information.

Help us get better support for stroke survivors

on Mon, 09/02/2015 - 17:07

We're calling on the government to introduce a new stroke strategy, to address the variations in stroke care and treatment in England, drive new advances in treatment and improve support for people affected by stroke.​ Follow this link to find out more about th New Era for Stroke campaign and how you too can help.

Click here to sign our petition and help make sure that stroke is on the government's agenda and that stroke survivors get the support they need.