Established in 2002, Stroke Care is an award winning registered charity based in Southwark, London.
Its work focuses on prevention of strokes by working closely with other agencies to raise awareness in local communities, as well as rehabilitation services and support to improve the quality of life of those affected by stroke, and other related debilitating ill health.
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That every person affected by stroke and debilitating ill health, has access to the best support and care they need to ensure the highest quality of life, wherever they live in the UK and world-wide.
To raise awareness of stroke and provide information, advice and services that enhances the quality of life for those affected by long-term debilitating ill health.
Stroke Care works to the core values of respect and care. These define our priorities, both in the way we deal with others at work and our service users. These values have helped the charity to grow from small beginnings into the organisation it is today. The power of these values lay in how the organisation employs them throughout its work, which in turn helps to enrich both staff and clients lives and helps differentiate Stroke Care from its competitors.
As the charity continues to grow, the aim is to keep these values at the heart of Stroke Care’s philosophy and day-to-day work; helping to ensure it offers the highest level of service; delighting its service users and surpassing expectations.
Stroke Care’s strategy consists of three core goals, which come together to help the organisation form a balance range of support to improve the lives of people affected by stroke, other debilitating ill health and their families and carers.
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