1. a fresh start

There is no one way to ensure recovery from stroke, but other survivors and carers can have good advice. These pages include information on living with stroke Read more

2. House and home

If you have suffered a stroke, you may need to adapt your home to make it easier to move around safely or use special equipment to carry out day-to-day tasks Read more

3. Mobility and transport

The effects of stroke may mean you can't drive or find it difficult to access public transport. It is common for stroke survivors to have limited mobility Read more

4. Employment

The type of work you can consider after stroke depend on how it has affected you and your personal situation. Voluntary work or retraining are options Read more

5. Lifestyle changes

There are resources to help stroke survivors deal with physical disabilities. A careful diet, reduced alcohol intake and stopping smoking will help recovery Read more

6. Money and finance

There are a number of finance-related matters that can affect stroke survivors, their carers and families. The benefit system and claims process is complicated Read more

7. Socialising and getting out

As part of stroke recovery, it is very important to continue socialising with family, friends and like-minded people. However, it is important to manage fatigue Read more