Campaign with us
Once you have signed up, there are a number of ways that you can get involved in the Fight Stroke campaign. This includes contacting your Federal MP to ask them to do more for stroke. You can also write a letter to the editor of your local paper or call into talkback radio. If you’re a member of a community club or organisation, why not invite a strokesafe ambassador along for a talk?
Recruit others to join the fight
Our campaign is fighting to show Australians why stroke is important and for the Federal Government to do more for stroke, but we can’t do it alone. We need as many supporters as possible if we want to make this happen. Click here to find out how to recruit your friends and family to the fight.Recruiting Others>
On this page you can share your stroke story and read about the experiences of other survivors, carers, family and friends who have been touched by stroke.
I had absolutely no idea I was having a stroke – I was only 34 and thought I was just having another migraine.
It had been two weeks, since I moved out from mums. I was free, living with my boyfriend at the time, and enjoying life.
Mine occurred around 9.15 am on the 24th of April shortly after 41st birthday. My ‘event’ was an almost silent, totally unremarkable pop in my cerebellum
Find out why some well-known Australians are supporting the Fight Stroke campaign.See all our advocates>