Why Join SNSA?
Why Join SNSA?

SNSA welcomes all stroke survivors, stroke caregivers, healthcare professionals and anyone with an interest in stroke to join SNSA as a member.

Here are some ways you can benefit from being an SNSA member:

Stroke Survivors
stroke survivors
  • Understand the effects of stroke and how to maximise recovery
  • Learn about available community resources
  • Meet other stroke survivors
  • Learn from healthcare professionals caring for stroke survivors
    (e.g., doctors, nurses, therapists, social workers)
  • Build friendships through our social activities
  • Make a difference in your life and the bigger stroke community
  • Get free access to Stroke Club and support group sessions

 

Caregivers
  • Understand the role of a stroke caregiver
  • Access practical information and resources to help take care of
    your loved ones and yourself
  • Learn about available community resources
  • Meet other stroke caregivers
  • Learn from healthcare professionals caring for stroke survivors
    (e.g., doctors, nurses, therapists, social workers)
  • Build friendships through our social activities
  • Get free access to Stroke Club support group sessions

 

Healthcare Professionals
  • Understand stroke from survivors’ perspectives
  • Improve how you relate to stroke patients
  • Get access to SNSA resources for patient education
  • Get involved in the latest stroke updates
    (e.g., conferences, workshops)
  • Learn about community resources available for patients
  • Use SNSA as a platform to share your knowledge
    (e.g., opportunities to be invited as guest speakers)
  • Network with other healthcare professionals specialising
    in stroke prevention, education and rehabilitation

 

 

Members of the Public
  • Be part of the movement to raise stroke awareness in Singapore
  • Gain a better understanding of stroke and its impact on the
    lives of stroke patients
  • Volunteer with programmes that will benefit stroke survivors
  • Make a difference to the lives of stroke survivors and their families

 

Find out more about membership types here.