The National Stroke Association today announced a partnership with RapidSOS, an advanced emergency technology start-up revolutionizing personal safety and family connectivity. The partnership will offer free access to the RapidSOS Haven app for one year, providing individuals with enhanced access to emergency services.
There was a 44% spike in the number of young Americans hospitalized due to stroke in the last decade. A video, Young Stroke: An Unexpected Reality, and other free resources offer insight and raise awareness during National Stroke Awareness Month.
U.S. Congresswoman Joyce Beatty (OH-03), reintroduced the Return to Work Awareness Act of 2017, a bill to improve the employability of individuals affected by stroke or other serious health issues. The National Stroke Association backs the bill.
The National Stroke Association—the nation’s only nonprofit devoted entirely to stroke—released the letter CEO Robyn Moore sent to Congressional leadership and the incoming Trump administration regarding ongoing healthcare reform efforts.
The American Congress of Rehabilitation Medicine and the National Stroke Association presented its Excellence in Post-Acute Stroke Award to Pamela W. Duncan, PhD, PT, FAPTA, FAHA, during the 93rd Annual ACRM Conference.
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