A MEDICAL researcher carrying out a study on how strokes affect relationships is appealing for South Yorkshire people to take part.
Tabatha Kon is looking at the impact of the condition on marital or equivalent relationships, and hopes the results will be used to help services better understand the needs of partners of stroke victims.
Volunteers will be asked to share their stories before answering some questions.
The process takes between 45 and 90 minutes and can be arranged at a time to suit.
Each year more than 150,000 people suffer their first stroke
Volunteers should contact Tabatha in confidence on 07816 159457.
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