Stroke Association Childhood Stroke Support Service

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Description

The Stroke Association offers a Childhood Stroke Support Service – providing information, advice, support and networking events to families affected by stroke in childhood.

The service is UK wide and freely accessible, and information about it can be found at: www.stroke.org.uk/childhood

The service offers a range of freely downloadable resources, including a childhood stroke guide, handbook, and toolkit for teachers.

We have a range of awareness raising posters, including how to Spot the signs of stroke in a child – relevant to all professionals working with children and young people.

To contact the service please email: childhood@stroke.org.uk or telephone:

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