Steven’s ongoing fight to recover, and that of stroke survivors across Scotland, depends on people like you.

The St Andrews Ball

Friday 29th November 2019

The St Andrew’s Ball is your chance to celebrate Scotland’s most famous night in style – and help us raise some serious cash to make sure people live life to the full.
Get involved in what Scotland does best – having a great night and helping people in need.
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The Forth Bridge Abseil

Sunday 6th October 2019

Brave the bridge and make sure there’s No Life Half Lived in Scotland
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Health Defence Scotland – For Healthier Lives

People in some parts of Scotland are dying too soon because of poor health. We want to change that. It is never too late to improve your health. We can help you do it. Find out more about Health Defence Scotland.
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Download our new app:
Talk With Me!

It is for people after a stroke who have a communication difficulty called Aphasia. Aphasia means that it may be difficult to speak, understand speech, read or write.

Talk with me uses symbols, images and photographs to help with conversation and basic communication. It is free to download for Apple & Android devices.

Talk With Me app

Chest Heart & Stroke Scotland urges the Health Secretary to bring life-changing stroke procedure back into Scottish hospitals

The call comes after it was revealed last year that a procedure called thrombectomy is no longer available to patients in Scotland but is still available elsewhere in the UK. In 2017, only 13 people received this life-changing treatment but as many as 600 would have benefited.

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Our Services

By your side, on your side

If you need help, support or information, we are here for you and your family. Our committed team of staff and volunteers work hard, day in day out, to support people living with our conditions in their local communities.

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Scotmid charity of the year!

We are delighted to be partnered with Scotmid as its 2019/20 Charity of the Year – aiming to raise £300,000 to support stroke survivors to rebuild their lives and thrive. #SurviveAndThrive

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