Help us deliver better information for younger stroke survivors, 18 to 65 years old.

Together we can empower young stroke survivors, their partners, families and friends to build their ‘new normal’ after stroke.

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Do you deliver services to or work with younger stroke survivors? Take part in our survey today

We want to explore your experiences of providing information to and supporting younger stroke survivors (18 – 65 years), their partners, carers and family and friends during their recovery. Recovery has been identified as an important topic by young stroke survivors in achieving their‘new normal’ after stroke. Through exploring your experience in therecovery phase, we hope to further...

We are proud to announce a partnership with Gamarada Universal Indigenous Resources (GUIR)

Stroke Foundation Young Stroke Project is excited to announce our partnership with Gamarada Universal Indigenous Resources (GUIR) to facilitate workshops with young stroke survivors of First Nations Australians. These workshops will focus on the topic of young stroke survivors and their Recovery journey. About GUIR In 2019, (GUIR) Managing Director Ken Zulumovski Hon DHSc, received the honorary...

Inspirational Speaker and Author partners with Young Stroke Project

We are super excited to announce that Stroke Foundation Young Stroke Project have partnered with Emma Gee to facilitate workshops with Service Providers around our first topic of Recovery. Emma Gee is an acclaimed International Inspirational Speaker & Author, offering her thoughts and solutions on person-centred care and resilience through her keynote presentations, workshops and consultancy...

Recovery topic findings

In September 2020, 24 young stroke survivors took part in a series of Roundtable workshops to discuss the topic of recovery and what it means to them. Stroke Foundation Young Stroke Project partnered with genyus network to facilitate five Roundable workshops. Each Roundtable workshop was only attended by people with lived experience, including the facilitator Caleb Rixon, Saran Chamberlain (Young...

The role fashion plays in my stroke recovery

Jenny McAllister is a young stroke survivor and the creator of StyleAbility, a business that is dedicated to making mainstream fashion inclusive and accessible. She shares her story of having a stroke at the age of just 21, the role fashion continues to play in her on-going recovery, some useful AT tips for dressing and her vision to have fashion that is truly for everyone. Stroke Foundation...