One in six people will have a stroke at some time in their life. Most are over 65, but stroke can strike at any age. Even young people and children can be affected.
Our Life after Stroke Facebook support group is a strong community of stroke survivors who offer each other advice, information and support in a private environment. Group activities include free online exercise classes, information talks, health advice and peer-to-peer support. Sign up now.
Call our Nurse Support Line with any questions or concerns you may have about managing life after stroke.
Our Nurse Support Line is available on 01 688 5001, from 9am to 5pm every Monday, and from 9am to 1pm, Tuesday to Friday.
If you have been affected by stroke at a younger age, our supports can help you live life to the fullest.Learn more
Speak to a Support Line Nurse:
Call 01 668 5001 Monday 9am - 5pm, Tuesday - Friday 9am - 1pm
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