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Applying an electric current to the brain can help recovery from stroke, Oxford University researchers have found.
New research conducted at Stanford University opens the exciting possibility of regaining motor activities post stroke.
This is an abstract short film documenting the journey of Rachel Kay's father and his recovery of a sudden stroke that attacked at the age of 57.
Joanna Brendon, a valued member of our development board and acclaimed visual artist is opening her home studio to the public as apart of The Artists at Home event for one weekend, this June.
Ruth Rendell Short Story Competition 2016
Winners Announced -
Alpha Kabeeja's moving experience of stroke, and the work of InterAct.
Interesting research has emerged on the relationship between Stroke and depression.
In Sept 2015 we restarted our award winning work at 3 hospitals, Homerton, the National and Royal Sussex Brighton.
Our bi-ennial short story award will be held at Hampstead Downstairs on Friday 18th March as part of the literary festival.
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