CHSS Advice Line
No one should have to recover alone. We’re here to support you with our services, resources and health information.
Access our services
Our Hospital to Home services are here to help you recover well at home and give you the support you need to live life to the full.
Find out more about your health condition and discover tips for staying well with our Essential Guides, available to download now.
Get free, confidential advice and support from our Advice Line nurses. 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 Troy 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
Recovering after a stroke can be a challenging process. But at Chest Heart & Stroke Scotland, we’re here to help you get the support you need after you return home from hospital.
Our information and guides will help you understand your stroke or TIA, and help you to manage your condition, find support that’s available to you, and get back to living life to the full.
Find out more about what a stroke is, how it can affect you and how it can be treated or managed. You’ll also find information about transient ischaemic attacks, also known as TIAs or mini-strokes.
Strokes and TIAs
A stroke can have a huge impact on your life, affecting everything from your mobility to your speech. Read more about how to manage your condition and take small steps towards living life to the full once again.
Living With a Stroke Condition
It’s important to look after yourself following a stroke, helping you to manage your condition and improve your overall health and wellbeing. Visit our Living Well section to find out more about everything from mental wellbeing and physical activity to stopping smoking and healthy eating.
Looking after yourself
View this page