CHSS Advice Line
No one should have to recover alone. We’re here to support you with our services, resources and health information.
Download and order a range of resources to help you manage your condition.
Read the inspiring stories of the amazing people who are living life to the full with a long-term health condition.
Get free, confidential advice and support from our Advice Line practitioners. No question is too big or too small.
Every day people in Scotland are leaving hospital feeling scared and alone. But you can help us change this.
Join Scotland’s Fundraising Heroes by getting involved with one of our exciting events or challenges!
Visit our charity shops
Use our Store Finder to find your local shop or boutique and pop in to see us today.
You can make sure stroke survivors in Scotland like Tim get the support they need after returning home from hospital.
We are Scotland’s largest health charity working to help people with chest, heart and stroke conditions live life to the full.
Social Media – @chsscotland
Find out about the incredible impact your support is having and the amazing things you’re helping to achieve.
Search our current job opportunities to find a new role that’s rewarding, exciting and allows you to make a real difference every day.
Work With Us
Stroke is often viewed as a condition or disease of the elderly (Singhal et al., 2013) but 25% of stroke cases occur in individuals <60 years old (Stroke Association, 2018), and this number is increasing (Sultan & Elkind, 2013). Our study aims to investigate the unmet needs of younger stroke (<65 years old) as viewed by young stroke survivors, stroke carers (spouses, family, friends etc.), and stroke clinicians. These views will be collated together in a qualitative analytic approach to highlight trends between these three stroke-themed populations. The insight provided by these groups may be invaluable for future stroke research.
Survivor Questionnaire - https://ulsterhealth.eu.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_cZprY5MX6DUqrMG
Carer Questionnaire - https://ulsterhealth.eu.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_eti6NPofaxURkRE
Young stroke survivor participants must be under the age of 65 years old and have been clinically diagnosed as having an ischaemic or haemorrhagic stroke.
Carers must be a family member or friend of a young stroke survivor for whom they care for.
Recruitment End Date: