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Spring 2011

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May Is National Stroke Awareness Month

Stroke Awareness Resource Center Launches

Visit National Stroke Association’s new online Stroke Awareness Resource Center (stroke.org/awareness) for all you need to get educated about stroke. Find event-hosting tools—including an event calendar, resources for presenting stroke information to communities and groups, ideas for social media outreach, E-cards, a stroke historical retrospective and more. Join us in May.

Faces of Stroke Awareness Campaign

Raise stroke awareness in a personal way by participating as a  “Face of Stroke”  through National Stroke Association’s new stroke awareness campaign. Stroke champions can upload a personal story and photo to the campaign’s gallery and/or send E-cards to loved ones. Watch for special daily “Faces”  profiles on stroke.org. Join thousands of others in educating about stroke in a personal and inspiring way at stroke.org/awareness.


May 23: Live iHOPE “Ask the Experts” with Dr. Steve Page

National Stroke Association’s iHOPE program offers on-demand webinars and live  “Ask the Experts”  sessions. Join Dr. Steve Page on Monday, May 23, 2011 at 12 p.m. central for  “Mobility Post-Stroke Ask the Experts.”  This is a live, 60-minute question and answer session where you get to ask the questions. To register, and to view other opportunities, visit stroke.org/ihope.

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