Useful Links

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Useful Links

We hope that these links to other organisations and bodies prove useful for you. Please follow the links directly to their websites to learn more.

Please note that the below organisations and their respective website content are not components of StrokeCog and we are not responsible for the content therein.

Irish Heart Foundation

The Irish Heart Foundation is Ireland’s only national charity for heart health and is working to reduce preventable death and disability from heart disease and stroke.

 learn more

Stroke Clinical Trials Network, Ireland

The HRB – Stroke Clinical Trials Network, Ireland (HRB –SCTNI) brings together Irish clinical scientists, healthcare teams, and patients, linking them with global experts in the field of stroke research. The Network will give Irish patients access to new treatments with the potential to prevent stroke, or to improve emergency treatment and recovery after stroke.

 learn more

HSE – Symptoms and Signs of Stroke

If you suspect that you or someone else is having a stroke, phone 999 immediately and ask for an ambulance. Visit the website to learn to recognise the signs and symptoms of a stroke.

 learn more

HSE – Quit Smoking

The HSE provides a range of free services open to anyone who wants to quit smoking. Visit their website to understand why smoking is bad for you and discover the health and financial benefits of stopping.

 learn more

Headway Ireland

Headway provides rehabilitation services for people living with Acquired Brain Injury.
Their aim is to help you rebuild your life after a brain injury and want to help you make the most of your potential, improve your quality of life and level of independence.

 learn more

Family Carers Ireland

Family Carers Ireland is a registered charity (number CHY 10962) and a company limited by guarantee, emerging from the coming together of two long standing charities of over 25 years in 2016 – The Carers Association and Caring for Carers . The merger brings the best of both charities together whilst broadening the range of services and supports to family carers and giving one national voice to represent fairness for carers.

 learn more

Useful Links

We hope that these links to other organisations and bodies prove useful for you.  Please follow the links directly to their websites to learn more.

Please note that the below organisations and their respective website content are not components of StrokeCog and we are not responsible for the content therein.

Irish Heart Foundation

The Irish Heart Foundation is Ireland’s only national charity for heart health and is working to reduce preventable death and disability from heart disease and stroke.





Link to website

Stroke Clinical Trials Network, Ireland

The HRB – Stroke Clinical Trials Network, Ireland (HRB –SCTNI) brings together Irish clinical scientists, healthcare teams, and patients, linking them with global experts in the field of stroke research. The Network will give Irish patients access to new treatments with the potential to prevent stroke, or to improve emergency treatment and recovery after stroke.


Learn more

HSE – Symptoms and Signs of Stroke

If you suspect that you or someone else is having a stroke, phone 999 immediately and ask for an ambulance. Visit the website to learn to recognise the signs and symptoms of a stroke.


Link to HSE website

HSE – Quit Smoking

The HSE provides a range of free services open to anyone who wants to quit smoking. Visit their website to understand why smoking is bad for you and discover the health and financial benefits of stopping.


Link to HSE website

Headway Ireland

Headway provides rehabilitation services for people living with Acquired Brain Injury.
Their aim is to help you rebuild your life after a brain injury and want to help you make the most of your potential, improve your quality of life and level of independence.




Link to website

Family Carers Ireland

Family Carers Ireland is a registered charity (number CHY 10962) and a company limited by guarantee, emerging from the coming together of two long standing charities of over 25 years in 2016 – The Carers Association and Caring for Carers . The merger brings the best of both charities together whilst broadening the range of services and supports to family carers and giving one national voice to represent fairness for carers. 


Link to website