The Stroke Association

A factsheet from the Stroke Association explains the different types of problems you might experience and how they can be treated. At the end of this factsheet you will also find a list of organisations that offer support and further advice, and a glossary. Read more

Vision after Childhood Stroke

Stroke may affect a child or young person's vision in a number of ways. In many children vision does improve over time, but even where a child's vision does not fully recover, there is a lot that can be done to help. Read more.


The Royal National Institute of Blind People has created a comprehensive guide to the most common eye conditions related to stroke that you can download. They also offer support for coping with the conditions. Read more

British and Irish Orthoptic Society (BIOS)

British and Irish Orthoptic Society (BIOS) have produced a series of information leaflets for patients which contain information on eye movement problems, reduced vision, visual field loss, visual inattention, visual perception defects and driving for people who have visual problems as a result of stroke or other brain injury.  Read more. 


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