There are more than 100,000 strokes in the UK every year and almost two thirds of stroke survivors leave hospital with a disability. Stroke rehabilitation is crucial irrespective of the severity of your stroke. There is no set pattern for recovery but early rehabilitation can have a long-lasting positive impact.

Rehabilitation will help you to regain movement, independence, help with pain, speech, cognitive issues and, quite often, depression. At the point of discharge from hospital, returning immediately home often isn't the most appropriate option. That's why we provide residential rehabilitation that will help you relearn skills you lost when you had your stroke, enabling you to return home hopefully more mobile and independent.

Many of our residential stroke clients remain with us as day clients once they have returned home so that they can continue their rehabilitation with the team that they are familiar with.

We provide a wide range of therapies to assist those who have survived a stroke. Our specialist team carefully assess each client and build a rehabilitation programme that's unique to them.

Strokes can affect people at any age and we are proud of our reputation for delivering stroke rehabilitation to young survivors. One of our young stroke clients is David who was only 27 years old when he survived a stroke. You can watch David's story here.

A client having stroke rehabilitation at STEPS