Life After Stroke Awards 2008: Volunteer Award

Life After Stroke Awards 2008: Volunteer Award The Stroke Association has approximately 3,500 volunteers working throughout the UK. Their work is crucial, supporting the provision of a wide range of community services. This award has been established in recognition of this invaluable contribution, and is presented to a volunteer who has demonstrated great dedication and…

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Why volunteer with the Stroke Association? (Long version)

Why volunteer with the Stroke Association? (Long version) What can you do to support those affected by stroke in your area? This is a chance to hear directly from people who volunteer with us. This extended film gives you the opportunity to hear about why people got involved, what they do to support stroke survivors…

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Seton Healthcare Family Volunteer Services

Seton Healthcare Family Volunteer Services Seton Healthcare Family relies on the support of over 2,000 active volunteers. They all have different reasons for participating in this vital program. Here are some of their stories. For more information on volunteering at Seton, visit Seton.net/Volunteer.

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Why volunteer with the Stroke Association? (Short version)

Why volunteer with the Stroke Association? (Short version) What can you do to support those affected by stroke in your area? This is a chance to hear directly from people who volunteer with us. This short film gives you the opportunity to hear about why people got involved, what they do to support stroke survivors…

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What Makes Volunteer India Orphanage Program Right for You?

”; Are you up for a challenging volunteer work? Are you willing to spend more hours working with children at an orphanage in India? Are you willing to travel to this beautiful country of India? These are just some of the questions that you need to answer to know if volunteer India orphanage is the…

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Mary Washington Healthcare – Stroke Survivor Support

Mary Washington Healthcare – Stroke Survivor Support Learn more about the stroke program at Mary Washington Healthcare and meet Jessica Boyce, a young stroke survivor who now volunteers as a stroke educator and is an active member of the stroke support group. Dr. Arun Chhabra explains about stroke and describes the medical services at this…

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7 Steps to Stroke Recovery

7 Steps to Stroke Recovery Please also see the NEW ‘Exercise and mobility in stroke recovery’ video on YouTube at: If you like our videos please donate to SRABC at www.strokerecoverybc.ca – thank you! “7 STEPS TO STROKE RECOVERY” EDUCATIONAL DVD INTRODUCTION • The main question facing stroke survivors and caregivers after discharge from hospital…

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Brain training a boon for stroke victims (30.3.2014)

Brain training a boon for stroke victims (30.3.2014) A biomedical engineering team from Polytechnic University has developed an innovative device that is proving to be a godsend for patients recovering from a paralysing stroke. A stroke damages parts of the brain that control muscle movements, research team leader Prof Raymond Tong explained. That is why…

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