Charity registered in Scotland SC018761
We are Scotland’s health charity supporting people and their families across Scotland with chest, heart and stroke conditions. We want to make sure life living with a chest or heart condition or after a stroke is a life lived to the full. We will fight for better health for everyone and work to make sure there is help and support in every community.
After a diagnosis of a chest or heart condition or a stroke, many people experience fear and isolation and struggle with the impact on their lives. Chest Heart & Stroke Scotland won’t stand for that. The care and support we deliver every day ensures everyone can live the life they want to. Across Scotland, over 1 million people – that’s one in five of the population – are living with the effects of serious chest and heart conditions and stroke. By 2021 we will double the number of people we support so that more people can live life to the full. We will do this by providing vital advice, information, and support through our No Life Half Lived Support services across Scotland. These services include our Advice Line, Stroke Nurse Service, Rehabilitation Support Service, Health Information, Health Defence, Education and E-learning, Financial Advice & Support and our Peer Support Groups.
13th November 2017
Pictured: (l-r) Aileen Campbell Minister for Public Health and Sport, Dr Roger Smith CHSS Chairman, Paul Bannon CHSS Director of Corporate Services and Jane-Claire Judson CHSS Chief Executive. Chest Heart & Stroke Scotland (CHSS) marked Living Wage Week 2017 (November 5-11) by … Read more
23rd October 2017
If you work in the city, chances are that at least a couple of meals per week are from the local takeaway shops around you. Working late and eating healthily don’t always go hand-in-hand, so in this week’s blog you’ll find our top tips for choosing healthier options if takeaways … Read more
18th October 2017
Working at odd hours disturbs our internal “body clock”, which helps to regulate a number of bodily functions such as sleeping and waking, body temperature, blood pressure and digestion. As a result, shift workers often experience digestion problems such as stomach pain, gas, nau… Read more