The European Brain Council has updated its factsheet on stroke and now includes more information on rehabilitation and life after stroke.
The Stroke factsheet is one of several disease specific factsheets and part of the #ILoveMyBrain initiative.
Find out more at braincouncil.eu/projects/ilovemybrain/
SAFE’s Director, Arlene Wilkie will be joining the Advocacy Exchange virtual event at 4-6pm EDT.
The event is the largest cross-disease advocacy initiative in healthcare, giving access to patient organisations and free resources from over 50 organisations. Hosted by @GRYTHealth and @BristolMyersSquibb, register at TheAdvocacyExchange.com. #AdvocacyExchange
We are delighted to let you know that the third in our series of free webinars on Life After Stroke: caring for the caregiver, is now open for registration https://bit.ly/3xucXqx
The session looks at some of the challenging aspects posed to informal carers, and the impact that caring for a stroke survivor might have on their lives. It will also cover predictors of wellbeing and resilience in carers and good practice examples of carer support and how to implement them.
If you missed our other events in the Live After Stroke series of webinar, you can now catch up on demand at elasf.org
Heart disease is the #1 killer of women. This is under-recognised with adverse consequences for the #diagnosis & treatment of women. Join our Inspire #Advocacy Speaker Series with Amy Friedrich-Karnik, @WomenHeartOrg, & Cecily Foster, WomenHeart Champion, on July 7! https://bit.ly/3zN6Wqo
A one-hour webinar on 1 July, 11.00 BST/12.00 CEST, Bridging the distance – creating stroke support during COVID-19, will look at how international stroke support organisations have delivered services during the pandemic.
Join the panel, Kelvin Leong, stroke survivor, Shamala Thilarajah, Singapore National Stroke Association and Beth Scrimshaw, Stroke Association in the UK who will share learnings and insights about delivering online support.
This interactive event will be of interest to those working in discharge planning, community/primary healthcare settings, and patient advocacy.