Home > Medical > Stroke > Life after a stroke Life after a stroke All sections in Stroke » About Stroke » All about Blood Clots » Brain Facts » FAQs » Health Tips » Life after Stroke » New Studies » Stroke News » Support » Transient Ischaemic Attack A stroke changed my daughter's life Cassandra de Agrella had a stroke when she was only 15 years old. Her father candidly talks about how a stroke changed his daughter's life – as well as his own. Soft diets for stroke patients It is important to make it as easy as possible for a stroke patient to eat in order to prevent malnutrition and anorexia, writes DietDoc. Eating problems experienced by stroke patients Loss of function of any part of the body can make eating, chewing, and swallowing of food difficult or even impossible in stroke survivors. Ask CyberDoc » Quiz Am I eating too much fat? » Quiz Am I eating to optimise my health? » Subscribe Newsletters » 10 salty food culprits 10 foods with hidden fat Life after a stroke: finding a new voice My speech will never return and my body will never look like those in the glossy magazines, but I can work to make it as strong as possible, writes Lesley Potgieter. Stroke rehabilitation centres A list of organisations where you can get help. Life after the big S After any life changing event we learn to appreciate life more. Tesna Daniels told Health24 her story. Stroke aid and support groups A list of organisations where you can get help. Stroke and your diet There are a number of important changes that you can make to improve your health and some of these are directly related to your eating habits. load more articles advertisement From our sponsors Your retirement - a healthy mindset So many people, why so alone? You can still enjoy the sweet things in life Take the sugar test, it could save your life.