Stroke survivors across the country are urging Congress to pass stroke-related legislation focusing on access to telemedicine and return to work initiatives.
National Stroke Association has brought together advocacy organizations that serve people affected by spasticity with the founding of the national Spasticity Alliance. The Spasticity Alliance includes: the Brain Injury Association of America, Multiple Sclerosis Association of America, United Cerebral Palsy and United Spinal Association.
Progress in Rehabilitation Research is theme of the fall conference for stroke teams offered by the American Congress of Rehabilitation Medicine (ACRM).
Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper named Robyn Moore, CEO of National Stroke Association to his Stroke Advisory Board to help shape the future of stroke programs statewide and improve quality of care for stroke patients.
Stroke survivor Billy Lister is featured in a Denver7 story as he aims to qualify for the United States Paralympic cycling team.
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National Stroke Association is educating the public about stroke risk and prevention through a National Stroke Awareness Month campaign in May.
National Stroke Association today announced support for the Return to Work Awareness Act of 2016. The Return to Work Awareness Act was introduced last week by U.S. Rep. Joyce Beatty of Ohio—herself a stroke survivor.
National Stroke Association offers a registry of stroke support groups for stroke survivors and caregivers. One such group meets at Emory Rehabilitation Hospital in Atlanta.
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