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Stroke Awareness

Stroke Awareness

Resources for partners, healthcare professionals and the general public.
Reduce Your Risk of Stroke
Making Life More Comfortable After a Stroke
Creating a Safe Environment
 

More Ideas

For more ideas on ways to research and make wise choices, we recommend the following resources:

National Stroke Association
An educational site including information on Stroke Prevention, Stroke Risk Factors, and Stroke Symptoms.

The Stroke Awareness Foundation
An organization whose mission is to improve community awareness of stroke and its treatment through advocacy, education and public awareness programs in the community.

Stroke Awareness for Everyone
Support designed for stroke survivors and their families, in addition to doctors, nurses and therapists involved with stroke.

American Stroke Association
This site includes information about the causes and effects of stroke, support for stroke survivors, as well as resources for healthcare professionals.

American Heart Association
This site includes information on all cardiovascular diseases, their warning signs, and prevention.

The Stroke Network
Support designed for stroke survivors and their caregivers of adult stroke.

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
This site includes information on all medical conditions as well as useful resources for healthcare providers.

Health in Aging
Information on Stroke Awareness and Prevention for geriatric patients.

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