Fighting Strokes is a national registered charitable trust founded by Kate Allatt. We offer practical support and advocacy to those affected by stroke with the aim of improving patient’s progress, recovery and quality of life. Our aims are to try to inspire anyone with the self-belief and inspiration to empower and enable themselves.

Timely therapy and proactive supportive family and friends are also crucial to the process. We try to support patients to enjoy a better quality of life and greater independence.

We are also lay experts in supporting families globally about the recovery possibilities from acute locked in and locked in syndrome.

Latest News



Addicted to Facebook post #stroke?

News Blog

24th August 2015

How many of you have become heavy users of social media since your #stroke? How many of your patients have become addicted to Facebook? How many of you loved-ones have become

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Research & Projects



Peer mentoring research at the University of Nottingham

Research & Projects

3rd May 2015

Kate Allatt will be PPI on a peer mentoring piece of research with the University of Nottingham. More details coming soon! This research potentially formalises the work of Fighting Strokes Share the possibilities...

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Case Studies



The perils of reaching in a wheelchair – Richard Ford’s diary

Case Studies

28th May 2015

Hi Everyone, A trip down to Leicester was possible as thankfully I appear to have managed to shake off the travel sickness that I suffered. Whilst in Leicester a trip to the Walkers Stadium saw a much needed win for the Foxes! This was the first win out of run of form hat would see …

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