helping us shape the programme of future UK Stroke Assembly events
or ensuring that the event is as accessible to as many as possible
If yes then we would love to hear from you!
We are always looking for stroke survivors and carers to be more involved in the planning of this event and become members of the UK Stroke Assembly Advisory Group. Click here to contact us and find our more about this role.
Plans are well underway to make the UK Stroke Assembly 2015 better than ever! Click here to see the provisional programme. We have listened to all your suggestions about the programme content and structure and tried to accommodate as many of your requests as possible. We have also been working with experts to make the booking process simpler.
The Steering Group work very hard to make the UK Stroke Assembly accessible for as many people as possible. An Advisory Group of stroke survivors and carers also help us to do this by giving advice on what their needs are and where we could make further improvements.
Here is a list of some of the things we do to make the event as accessible as possible:
Choosing the right venue - considering the layout and seating, bedroom facilities, access for wheelchair users, location, parking
Menu choices are suitable for those with one sided weakness
To allow as many people to travel in the morning as possible registration will be from 10am on Tuesday 9 June and the event will start at 11.30am. The event will end at approx 2.30pm on Wednesday 10 June. N/B times are provisional and will be confirmed in the final programme.
Click here to see details of the 2014 UK Stroke Assembly programme.
We are pleased to announce that Connect and Different Strokes have recenlty joined the UK Stroke Assembly Steering Group. We are also joined by user representatives from all four nations. Together we are working together to plan an exciting UK Stroke Assembly in 2015. Click here to find out more about all the Steering Group members and their role.