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“We want every person in our country to get equal access to acute stroke treatment and diagnosis”.
“In Sweden today, we have between 70 and 80 local stroke associations”.
“Workshops, lectures, self-help groups and organized physical activities”.
“We have a large number of stroke survivors that support our work”.
“We speak to different organisations like the Brain Council, the health directorate, local communities”.
SSOFT (Stroke Support Organisation Faculty Tool) is an online education resource to help us all take action and speak up, connect and make change across Europe. Whether you have experienced stroke personally or professionally, we all want the same thing: to improve stroke prevention, diagnosis, treatment and after-care.Read More
Register with us today, the first modules are live and ready for you to start your learning journey.
SSOFT takes everything we know about running and growing a Stroke Support Organisation (SSO) and breaks it down into bitesize learning modules for you to work through – at your own pace – online. It is designed to help anyone who is, or aspires to be, a stroke advocate to develop their skills, knowledge and resources.
SSOFT is brought to you by SAFE (Stroke Alliance for Europe), a non-profit-making organisation that represents a range of stroke patient support groups from all over Europe.
How the Catalonian Stroke / Vascular Disease Foundation was founded.
How Norway is raising stroke awareness by inviting the general public to meetings.
How the Macedonian SSO advocates for improved stroke care.
How the Slovenian SSO set out their purpose.
All interviews were given on a voluntary basis and no fees were exchanged. The views and opinions expressed in the video are those of the individual and do not necessarily reflect the official policy or position of the Stroke Alliance for Europe (SAFE).
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