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Selfhelp4stroke is a free self-management website for anyone who has had a stroke. It can help you gain control of your life after stroke by helping you set goals and supporting you to achieve them.
Selfhelp4stroke has been developed by healthcare professionals, researchers, and third party organisations all with an interest in stroke and self management. More importantly selfhelp4stroke was written through the experiences of people that have had a stroke in Scotland.
Information is displayed in video, audio and interactive formats offering support and helpful techniques from real experiences of people who have had a stroke. Many of the resources are downloadable for you to use in your own time.
John helps guide you around the website, explaining each section, so you have an understanding of what it is about before you start.
This is a free resource with no login requirement, no adverts or pop ups.
Selfhelp4stroke was developed by Chest Heart & Stroke Scotland in partnership with NHS Scotland, stroke service users, Edinburgh University with funding from the National Advisory Committee for Stroke.
Visit www.Selfhelp4stroke.org now