Targets for 2030
Appointing government level individuals or teams responsible for championing life after stroke and ensuring that national stroke plans address survivors’ and their families’ long-term unmet needs minimum standards set for what every stroke survivor should receive regardless of where they live.
Formalizing the involvement of stroke survivors and carers, and their associations, in identifying issues and solutions to enable the development of best patient and support practices.
Establishing, through national stroke care plans, the support that will be provided to stroke survivors, regardless of their place of residence and socioeconomic status.
Supporting self-management and peer support for stroke survivors and their families, by backing stroke support organizations.
Supporting the implementation of digitally-based stroke self-help information and assistance systems.