Mentoring Programme

The early days after a stroke are usually the hardest, talk with other Stroke survivors and their carers.

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Author: Adam Jackson

Activities and Groups

All groups aim to increase mental, physical and social rehabilitation whilst meeting like minded people, doing something you enjoy!

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Health & Social Care Professionals

Refer stroke survivors on to Think Ahead Stroke and let us help you, to help them

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My Stroke Information

No matter what stage you’re at in your recovery, there are steps you can take to improve your health and quality of life.

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Author: Adam Jackson

Volunteer Opportunities

Volunteers are crucial at Think Ahead Stroke. Get in touch and help your local stroke survivors.

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Who We Are and What We do

Founded in 2000, Think Ahead Stroke supports stroke survivors and carers through the trauma of Stroke

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It is thought that around 50% of strokes could be avoided by following 5 simple lifestyle rules

When it come to a stroke acting FAST is critical to saving a life

Support courses

  • Stepping Stones For Stroke

    Think Ahead Stroke has created a step-by-step stroke information and recovery programme. Mentoring Programme. A free programme for stroke survivors and their carers that covers building confidence and independence, healthy living, communication, accessing local services, mobility and support for carers. Read more

  • Well-being Courses

    Think Ahead Stroke’s Well-being Courses are designed to help stroke survivors and their carers understand their state of mind, and give them the tools they need to cope emotionally and move forward. These group therapy courses are available to all stroke survivors and carers, and are delivered by qualified practitioners from Think Wellbeing in Wigan, using highly effective Cognitive-Behaviour Therapy (CBT). Read more