Ad Adams

Ad Adams Ebenezer is a co-founder of the Stroke Association Supportnetwork (SASNET) Ghana. He is also a board of director of the World Stroke Organization.

Adams has been actively involved in the testing and launching of the Post Discharge Stroke Support (PDSS) around the world, collaborating with teams from South Africa and the United States.

National Stroke Helpline (NSH)

The National Stroke Helpline(NSH) is aim to provide information and support on treatment & care (Rehabilitation and Integration) on stroke for persons living in Ghana. If you know someone who  has been affected by a stroke or their carer, or you want to know more information on how to reduce your risk of a stroke, please get in touch with the National Stroke Helpline Ghana (NSH)

There are a few ways to access the National Stroke Helpline
  1. Call 0594989495
  2. Or visit the Stroke Helpline (
  3. Or email
We’re open:
Monday-Sunday: 8:30 am-6pm
The National Stroke Helpline (NSH) provides information about stroke and its effects, what happens after a stroke, or what help and support is available. You may have many questions, be looking for some information and  guidance, or simply want someone to talk to. That’s where we can help.
Contact our team
If your email requires follow-up, our Helpline team will respond within 24 hours.
You can contact us by:
Phone: 0594989495
Stroke Association Supportnetwork-Ghana (SASNET-GHANA)
WhatsApp: 0262463986
Social Media: Facebook (FightStroke SasnetGhana) and Twitter (@ghbeatstroke /@adadams10)