These apps are used by our NHS therapists as part of rehabilitation and recovery for Stroke patients. They have been found to help people live with Stroke.
"Using the ipad and apps is what helped the most" Stroke survivor
The NHS mytherappy health app review service is recommended by the UK Stroke Assocation, Stroke EU and the World Stroke Organisation.
"Will make a real difference" Stroke Association
"MytherAppy provides curated access to mobile apps that support Stroke self managed rehabilitation." World Stroke Organisation
You can find more information and resources about life after Stroke from the Stroke Associations mystrokeguide.
Stroke Grants can assist you funding a tablet to enable you to continue using your apps as part of your rehabilitation.
Different Strokes provide information and support for younger stroke survivors.
"In love with your fantastic website. . . Recommending it. Great job!" Different Strokes.
All our apps have passed our 50 point digital safety check developed in conjunction with the NHS health apps library and then tested clinically in the NHS by NHS clinicians and patients. This ensures our apps are reliable, safe and clinically assured.
Brain Nav - The National Brain Injury Service directory. A directory of both state and privatley finded brain injury services across England.
Bridges - Self management programme supporting people through their rehabilitation following stroke and brain injury.
Connect - A charity working with people with Aphasia and their families to develop communication and rebuild confidence.
Driving after Head Injury - DVLA information and link to the downloadable form needed to return to driving.
Driving after Stroke - DVLA information and Link to the downloadable form needed to return to driving.
Driving after Seizure- DVLA information and Link to the downloadable form needed to return to driving.
Headway - A charity supporting people and their families following brain injury.
NHS choices - Stroke Symptom checker
NHS - General advice from the NHS regarding Stroke with useful links and topics.
Read Right - Therapeutic programme deisgned to help improve eyesight following stroke.
RCP Guidelines on using Apps - Guidelines for clinicians.
Southwest Academic Health and Science Network- Network across the southwest dedicated to improving health and care, and spreading innovation across the region.
Stroke association - Charity supporting people and their families following a stroke with information on life after stroke.
Turn to us- A free service that helps people in financial need access welfare benefits and charitable grants.