(Aphasia friendly version)
This newsletter is about:
- Young Stroke videos
- Lived Experience Working Group (LEWG)
- Paid survey
Young Stroke videos
There are new Young Stroke videos.
You can watch the new videos.
The new videos are about 3 people: Toni, Shannon and Emma.
Toni’s brain finds things hard.
Too much noise and light is tiring.
Shannon is 45.
Her husband saved her life.
Emma is 37.
She has aphasia.
She goes to a support group. This has helped her.
Lived Experience Working Group
Are you a young stroke survivor?
Are you a partner?
Are you a carer?
You can be in the Lived Experience Working Group.
The group helps the Young Stroke Project.
We meet online.
We meet every 6 weeks.
To join the Lived Experience Working Group, apply here.
AT Chat is a partner of the Young Stroke Project.
AT Chat has a project to improve access and inclusion.
They are seeking lived experience experts for a survey.
Would you like to be involved?
If yes, complete the Expression of Interest form.
Questions? Email firstname.lastname@example.org
Do you need advice?
StrokeLine has health professionals.
You can call StrokeLine.
StrokeLine’s number is 1800 787 653.
StrokeLine is open Monday – Friday.
StrokeLine is open 9:00am – 5:00pm (AEST).
Beverly, Saran and Katherine
Stroke Foundation Young Stroke Project Team
Feedback? Questions about Young Stroke Project?
Email us: email@example.com
Call us: 03 9918 7267
Stroke is a medical emergency.
Call 000 if you recognise the signs of stroke.