Stroke Association launch Online Survey to Understand the Impact of COVID-19

9 Jun 2020 Kathy Maguire    Last updated: 12 Jun 2020

The Stroke Association want to hear from stroke survivors and their loved ones about the impact of COVID-19 on their lives and their recoveries.

The Stroke Association  recently launched an online survey for those affected by stroke to understand how the coronavirus pandemic is impacting their lives and recoveries

Via this survey they aim to better understand the additional challenges facing stroke survivors and their loved ones, at this time and how the Government and stroke support services should respond. They hope the surveys findings  will help to build a clearer picture of the impact of coronavirus on people affected by stroke and shape the Stroke Association’s work.  

The survey is being disseminated widely across the stroke community to ensure the Association can gather as much information as possible.

They are also asking for individuals and organisations support in sharing details of the survey, as widely as possible amongst their networks and via social media channels , so that they can reach as many people affected by stroke as possible

The survey should take around 10 – 15 minutes to complete and can be found here: https://www.smartsurvey.co.uk/s/StrokeandCovidNIresponses/

The Stroke Association hope to report on the survey and share its findings later in the summer. 

If individuals or organisations have any questions or problems completing the survey, they can email [email protected]

 

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by Kathy Maguire

Policy Development Officer

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