Explore information and resources for younger stroke survivors including stroke stories, tips and advice.
Young stroke survivors talk about sensory overload and how it affects them every day.
Young stroke survivors talk about how in the early days of their stroke they felt isolated, disconnected and disempowered.
Young stroke survivors talk about aphasia and how they manage it.
Young stroke survivors talk about what they have learnt from their stroke journey and share advice they would give others.
After stroke, fatigue can be life-long. Young stroke survivors talk about fatigue, how it has impacted them and what helps them manage it.
Young stroke survivors and their support crew share the importance of connecting with people who ‘get it’ – connecting with other young survivors and support crew.
Jenny McAllister talks about the advice she would give to young stroke survivors.
Toni speaks openly about her stroke which left her with left side neglect, cognitive changes and sensory overload. While Toni can no longer read books, drive…
Emma, a 37 year old Lawyer talks about feeling isolated as a young stroke survivor.
Two years on, Carly shares her experience in adjusting to life post stroke, the impact it has had on her family and the little milestones that keep her motivated.
9 years on, Laine reflects on the perspective and wisdom the stroke has given her.
Jodie speaks of the inbuilt desire to want to get better, to want to do more. Life may never be the same, but you learn to carry on with what you’ve got.
Beth Browning talks about joining the Young Stroke Project to make a difference to other stroke survivors and to allow them to connect to people all around Australia.
Jenny McAllister, the creator of StyleAbility, talks about the challenges she has faced as a young stroke survivor.
One of Jenny’s biggest challenges has been people’s lack of understanding and the feeling of invisibility.