50,000 people in Ireland live with the effects of #stroke. Monaghan’s first ever Stroke Support Group will be launched in The Four Seasons Hotel Thursday, April 27th. Email Julie Duffy at email@example.com or phone 087 0973714 if you wish to attend.
50,000 people in Ireland are living with the effects of #stroke. A new weekly Stroke Support Group will be announced at a public meeting in Sligo’s Radisson Hotel on Wednesday, April 26th. Please email Martina Greene or phone 087 605 7696 if you wish to attend.
Alan Corcoran will swim the length of Ireland in memory of his late father - former FAI President Milo Corcoran - to raise funds for the Irish Heart Stroke awareness campaign and the Solas Cancer Support Centre. Visit . to donate what you can! 35 Marathon Man
RTE's Michael Lyster says he wouldn't be here today if it wasn't for his wife Anne, who performed CPR when he collapsed with cardiac arrest. By volunteering on May 12 for our Happy Heart Appeal, you can help us create more CPR lifesavers in every community in Ireland.
"The manifesto covers all touch points and failings that my family suffered. I would like to think other families won’t suffer in the future" - Brendan Courtney at the launch of today's Irish Heart Stroke Manifesto.
You HAVE to watch our 'heart hero' Michael Lyster lip-syncing on Ray D'Arcy to raise funds for our Happy Hearts Appeal. Inspired? We'd love if you'd volunteer to collect funds for Happy Hearts on May 12th. Email Anne at firstname.lastname@example.org today and get involved!
United for Stroke - a remarkable 400 stroke survivors and their carers attended our annual national Stroke Survivors’ Day in Croke Park yesterday. Looking forward to seeing you all again at next year's event!
“If my dad had been told at my age he had high blood pressure - he’d probably be fine now." Recently diagnosed with high blood pressure - Brendan Courtney has vowed to manage his “blood pressure through diet rather than drugs.”