Chest Heart and Stroke Scotland (CHSS)
We want to help people to breathe better. We want people’s hearts to work as well as they can. We want to make sure that everyone has the best recovery they can after a stroke.
Chest Heart & Stroke Scotland is a wholly Scottish charity.
Our free, confidential Advice Line service provides support and information for people living with lung disease, heart disease and stroke. In addition we give advice to families, carers, and health and soc...
Befriending for those with long term heart or chest conditions
Foos Yer Doos Sing Song Club is a small, informal singing group which is open to people with a variety of long term conditions, including chest, heart and stroke.
Club meets on Thursdays from 11.00am...
My Lungs My Life is a comprehensive, free to use website for anyone living with COPD (Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease), asthma or for parents/guardians of children with asthma.
My Lungs My Life...
Membership is open to anyone who has had a stroke and their family and/or carers. Meets for chat, support and learning. A qualified art instructor will guide those wishing to do art/crafts
Selfhelp4stroke is a free self-management website for anyone who has had a stroke. It can help you gain control of your life after a stroke by helping you set goals and supporting you to achieve them....
Many people find it hugely helpful to make contact with other people affected by stroke and other long-term health conditions.
CHSS has a number of support groups across Scotland which offer a wide ...
The Talk With Me app from Chest Heart and Stroke Scotland is for people who have had a stroke resulting in a communication difficulty called aphasia. Having aphasia can make it difficult to speak, understa...
Chest, Heart and Stroke Scotland’s Walking for Health Project. We provide low-level, inclusive health walks across Scotland, with more being added soon.