The Abrantee Boateng Foundation Trust

Dedicated and committed to research, raising awareness and funds to support stroke survivors and their families in the UK.

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A stroke is a brain attack. It happens when the blood supply to part of your brain is cut off and affects over 155,000 people in the UK. Stroke can happen to anyone at any time, but if you are black and of African or Caribbean origin you may have a higher risk and twice as likely to have a stroke at a younger age than white people or any other group in the UK. The reasons for this are unclear, complex and not completely understood by any professional because of methodological inconsistencies. More research needs to be undertaking to combat this terrible illness.

ABS Trust was founded by Abrantee Boateng and his partner May7ven Odegbami in March 2018 to raise awareness, eliminate stigma for the life-threatening illness of Stroke.

Our overall objective is to educate as many people as possible, raise awareness and support stroke survivors where possible with rehabilitation, support families, care workers and also provide recommendations on specialist advanced equipment that are over and above what the NHS provide based on our experience.

We aim to support families going through the life threatening illness by offering emotional and practical support with daily needs through our voluntary service including rest bites for family carers. We will also be providing professional individually tailored high quality care from diagnosis through to treatment for as long as they are needed.

We may rely on the outstanding generosity of our supporters and donors with the aim to support up to 50 families in our first year and 100 in our 2nd year and more in future years.

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