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£10 will help pay for a life-changing visit from a NICHS Family Support Co-ordinator following a respiratory diagnosis, or after a heart attack or stroke.
£15 will help pay for a Care Co-ordinator to deliver a PREP Stroke Rehab session - helping stroke survivors rebuild their lives.
£25 will help pay for a neuro/physiotherapist to teach exercises to help improve flexibility, balance, mobility as well as strength and stamina.
£50 will help pay for a clinical researcher’s time, working to advance how we prevent, treat and care for chest, heart and stroke illnesses.

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£5 will help pay for a neuro-physio to attend our PREP rehab programme, supporting stroke survivors regain mobility, independence and confidence.
£10 will help pay for a home visit from our Family Support Co-ordinators in the aftermath of a devastating diagnosis.
£20 will help fund a researcher for a full day, working to advance how we prevent, treat and care for chest, heart and stroke illnesses.

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NIJAC announce Charity Partnership with NI Chest Heart & Stroke

The Northern Ireland Judicial Appointments Commission (NIJAC), have chosen Northern Ireland Chest Heart & Stroke as their charity partner for 2024.

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Michaela Supports Cause Close to her Heart to Remember Beloved Mum and Mark Heart Health Scare

Michaela Treanor from Carrickmore knows all too well the devastating impact heart conditions can have on a family. Her mum Esther tragically passed away in 2013 due to a heart attack aged just 55. In a strange twist of fate, in August 2022, Michaela herself learnt first-hand what it is like to experience a heart illness when she suffered a pulmonary embolism while expecting her first child.

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Belfast woman wants to raise awareness of young heart illness after having a heart attack and undergoing open-heart surgery in her thirties

This time two years ago Leah Kitchen, from Belfast, was waiting to have major open-heart surgery at the age of just 37. Now, Leah is preparing to take on local health charity Northern Ireland Chest Heart & Stroke’s (NICHS) Red Dress Fun Run. As the event takes place during Heart Month (February) the timing couldn’t be more perfect.

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Bangor woman takes on charity run in memory of much-loved dad who passed away just 17 days after her wedding

When Catherine Moore got married on 17th September 2022 never in her wildest dreams did she think just seventeen days later her father, Philip, would sadly suddenly pass away after having a heart attack. In tribute to Philip, Catherine is preparing to take on our Red Dress Fun Run this weekend.

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Health Minister shows heart for the health of Antrim

February is Heart Month and leading local health charity Northern Ireland Chest Heart & Stroke (NICHS) has been using the month to take to the road and bring their Heart Month tour to a number of locations throughout Northern Ireland. The charity was at The Junction, Antrim yesterday (Thursday 22nd February), with Health Minister Robin Swann also making a visit to show his support for the event.