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 out more about this role.
We will also be looking for new user representatives from Scotland and Northern Ireland to join the Steering Group in 2016. Click here to contact us and find out more about this role.
The first ever UK Stroke Assembly South was held on Thursday 7 and 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 our Facebook page for photos from the event, or click here to find out more.
Over 120 people affected by stroke 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.
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.
More than 60 stroke survivors, carers, groups and professionals attended the first ever Scotland Stroke Assembly on Tuesday 15 April. Held at the Stirling Court Hotel, delegates heard inspirational stroke stories, had their say on matters important to them and learnt about developments in stroke care and research in Scotland.