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Stroke Association - Childhood Stroke Support Service

Stroke Association House,
240 City Road,
Telephone: 0303 3033 100 (Helpline)
07715 065925


Who we are: 

The Stroke Association is the UK’s leading charity dedicated to conquering stroke.

We offer an range of services including:

  • delivery of stroke services across the UK
  • campaigning for better stroke care and investment in research and
  • fund-raise to expand our reach to as many stroke survivors as possible.

What we do: 

The Stroke Association offers a Childhood Stroke Support Service which:

  • provides information, advice, support and
  • networking events for families affected by stroke in childhood.

A range of free resources can be downloaded from the website.

These include:

  • childhood stroke - guide
  • childhood stroke - handbook
  • childhood stroke - toolkit for teachers 

 Find resources:

A range of awareness raising posters relevant to professionals working with children and young people are also available for example: How to spot the signs of stroke in a child 

Record Last Updated on: 29/10/2018

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Time of day

  • Morning
  • Afternoon

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Who is eligible?

The service is UK wide and freely accessible.

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