THE STROKE Association is attempting to find out what life is like for Scotland’s stroke survivors.
The Daily Life Survey will run until December 1. In Scotland there are 110,000 people living with the effects of a stroke – just the tip of the iceberg before accounting for carers, family members and others dealing with the effects of a stroke. Angie Macleod, communications manager at The Stroke Association in Scotland, said: “More people are surviving their stroke, this means that more of us are living with the effects of stroke in our daily lives.”
A copy of the Daily Life Survey can be found at www.stroke.org.uk/dailylife