The Stroke Association - Isle of Man 



The Stroke Association (Registered Isle of Man No. 945) Stroke Recovery Service was established in 2005 as a result of the Manx Stroke Foundation working closely with the Stroke Association in the UK to negotiate a contract with the Isle of Man government.

Stroke recovery service

The Stroke Association is available to anyone affected by stroke on the Island, along with the stroke survivor they also offer support to those who care for them, friends or family.

Our Stroke Recovery Service offers practical support and advice for stroke survivors, helping to rebuild lives after stroke.

When you leave hospital, our stroke support coordinator will work with you to identify what support you may need to help you live the best life possible.

What does this service offer?

 

Practical Support:

• Home visits

• A full review of all your needs

• Information about stroke and local services

• Advice on reducing your risk of a further stroke

Emotional Support:

• Someone to talk to who understands

• Tips and advice to support your recovery

• Help to return to work or driving

• Meet other stroke survivors

• Communication support


For more information contact the island-based:

Support Coordinator: Michelle Ferrer Tel: 07624 399069 or email: michelle.ferrer@stroke.org.uk or
Admin: Dawn Mayor Tel:07624 399068 or email dawn.mayor@stroke.org.uk

Please note that the Manx Stroke Foundation and the Stroke Association are two seperate charities.

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