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Stroke Foundation

The Stroke Foundation is a national not-for-profit organisation that works with stroke survivors, carers, health professionals, government and the public to reduce the impact of stroke on the Australian community.

They offer a voice of stroke in Australia. The Stroke Foundation's mission is to stop stroke, save lives and end suffering.

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Last reviewed: July 2018

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Travel and leisure | enableme - stroke recovery and support

Planning to get back to travelling and other leisure activities is a key goal stroke survivors often set for themselves. Get resources and tips for getting active

Read more on Stroke Foundation website

Getting good healthcare | enableme - stroke recovery and support

Learning to advocate for yourself, to navigate the health care system and to choose a good doctor will mean you have a better chance of getting what you need.

Read more on Stroke Foundation website

Haemorrhagic stroke Stroke Foundation - Australia

Information about stroke

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Exercise | enableme - stroke recovery and support

Exercise is a very important part of stroke recovery and it also helps to reduce your risk of having another stroke. Find resources to get you moving again

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Local stroke support groups and choirs Stroke Foundation - Australia

Get help after stroke

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Young carers and family | enableme - stroke recovery and support

Being a young carer is a juggling act. Get help to balance commitments at home with school and work, social life, dating, relationships and life in general

Read more on Stroke Foundation website

Vision and senses | enableme - stroke recovery and support

Stroke can affect our senses vision, hearing, smell, touch or taste. Find information and resources about common sensory changes after a stroke

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Swallowing | enableme - stroke recovery and support

A stroke can affect the way you move food around in your mouth and how well you can swallow. Find resources and tips for living with dysphagia

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Childhood stroke Stroke Foundation - Australia

Information about stroke

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Types of stroke | enableme - stroke recovery and support

Find out more about the type of stroke you've had. There is a lot of information, tips and techniques to equip you in your stroke recovery

Read more on Stroke Foundation website

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