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can give hope to the 1 in 6 Australian’s who will have a stroke
can help end the pain and suffering caused by stroke
can help fund vital research to stop the cruelty of strokeMinimum amount to donate is $2
“Occasionally you get little snippets of him but more often than not he’s this different person. It’s cruel, it’s so cruel…”
When Lara Cole’s husband Shaun suffered, not one but two catastrophic stroke, she became the full-time carer to a person she barely knew. Read more about Shaun and Lara’s story here.
This is stroke. It affects thousands of Australians each year. And it strikes all ages. Professor Julie Bernhardt is on the frontline of stroke research. She says the future is bright – if we take action now.
Together we can improve stroke prevention, treatment and care – we can find a cure for stroke. And you can be a part of it. Find out how.
There aren’t enough words to describe what StrokeLine has meant to me. The support and inner peace I have found from my connection to StrokeLine has been a lifeline.
Stroke Survivor, Sue Bowden
StrokeLine is the only dedicated help line for people affected by stroke in Australia. But without your support, calls could go unanswered. StrokeLine is a lifeline for people after stroke. Yet it receives no government funding. StrokeLine relies entirely on the compassionate support of people like you. Please donate today to keep services like StrokeLine running.
As Sue says so beautifully, “It’s a path to helping people find their way back.” Read more about Sue’s story here.