Introduction: Stroke is recognized as one of the main epidemiological issues of the developed countries. The stroke incidence increases each year. It is still one of the main causes of death and most importantly one of the main reasons for permanent physical and mental impairment in adulthood. For a successful rehabilitation of patient after stroke is important to have good cooperation of healthcare professionals, patient and the family. Early rehabilitation is crucial for improvement and restoration of impaired body functions, which plays a major role in quickly achieving the patient’s independence. The inappropriate medical care may prolong recovery. Purpose: The aim of this thesis was to obtain information through survey in order to learn whether the future health care professionals, currently attending the third year of Physiotherapy, Occupational therapy, and Nursery, at Faculty of Health Sciences are familiar with the importance of professional treatment of a patient that had a stroke. Methods: A quantitative research method was conducted as an online survey on the 1ka.si webpage. The survey consisted of 15 closed type questions, which means the answers are already suggested and easy to process. The questions were aimed at handling of patients after stroke which is implemented by developmental approach/Bobath concept. The sample included 120 students of Faculty of Health Sciences attending the third year, 40 students each from mentioned courses. Results: All of the students are familiar with theoretical concept of stroke being a neurological occurrence, which leads to various motoric and cognitive dysfunctions. Furthermore, all of the students would be able to recognize the signs of a patients having a stroke. Students are also aware of the significance of early rehabilitation. 87, 5% of Health care students believe that they have gained enough knowledge during their studies on how to work with individuals with stroke. On the contrary, 45% of the Physiotherapy students and 40% of Occupational therapy students disagree with this statement. Discussion and conclusion: The results show that students are familiar with treating the patients after they had a stroke. Obvious divergence is noticeable regarding the opinion of the students studying Nursing on questions about what is important for a patient after a stroke in bed, putting objects in a spastic hand, participating in the transfer and assisting in the implementation of basic activity days. Students of Physiotherapy and Occupational therapy follow nevrodevelopmental approach when working with stroke patients. The Nursing students did not become familiar with this approach during their studies.