European Life After Stroke Forum: 11th – 12th March

By Leanne Dempsey Stroke News   |   22nd Jan 2024

SAFE, an organisation representing a range of stroke support organisations from across Europe has organised the European Life After Stroke Forum (ELASF).

Taking place on March 11th and 12th in The Clayton Hotel Burlington Road, Dublin the ELASF will unite people from diverse backgrounds to share insights, discuss the latest research, and explore best practices in the often under-researched journey beyond stroke.

Stroke survivors, caregivers, healthcare professionals, researchers and advocates are welcome to attend.

The full programme can be viewed here and includes a plenary session from the Irish Heart Foundation on ‘A Showcase of Life After Stroke Support in Ireland’. In this session, attendees will hear about the Irish Heart Foundation’s Stroke Connect Service, the journey of a stroke survivor through the service, the CHATS booklet for children and young people, as well as a panel discussion from stroke survivors.

If you would like to attend, please visit here to register.




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