We have three plenary sessions for our next life after stroke series that feature key issues faced by people living with stroke.

Each will focus on the real-life experiences of people living with stroke on:

  • getting back to work
  • coping with fatigue and
  • getting active post stroke.

At the going back to work after a stroke, we will discuss how this is an important goal for many but may seem impossible. Yet, a return to professional work is possible.

Speaker, Anders Andersson, stroke survivor, board member, first vice chairman Stroke Foundation, Göteborg, Sweden, will be sharing his experiences.

At the age of 30, I suffered a stroke. In this webinar, I am sharing some of my experiences of getting back to work after my stroke.’ Anders, stroke survivor

Book your FREE place for all three sessions on 9 November 10.00 – 15.00 CET at https://bit.ly/3BSVPQc


Thank you for the excellent presentations including stroke survivor’s stories/experiences. I will definitely be aiming to embed some of these thoughts into my practise to empower my patients to be equipped for self-management of their condition in order to give them quality of life as stroke survivors.’ Delegate, self-management session, Life After Stroke Series, March 2022

Thank you so much for such an interesting presentation – it was particularly interesting to hear from ‘expert witnesses’ and real- life experience of challenges and coping strategies.’ Participant, everyday communications after stroke session, Life After Stroke Series, March 2022

For more information about the series and to watch previous sessions on demand, visit www.elasf.org