Mentoring Programme

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

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Author: Adam Jackson

Adapted Support & New Services

Peer mentoring, groups and activity services are now being moved online using Zoom and conference calling

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Author: David Innes-Edwards

Health & Social Care Professionals

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

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Author: Adam Jackson

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

Activities and Groups

Think Ahead Stroke organises a variety of carefully developed and accessible group activities and classes.

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Author: Adam Jackson

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 help stroke survivors and their carers better understand their state of mind, giving them the tools they need to cope emotionally and aid recovery. Read more