Are you trying to raise awareness about stroke in your community? Our resource center has free and ready-to-use promotional materials, presentations, discussion guide, and media materials. These tools will help you connect with others and plan for a successful awareness event – small or large.
Stroke Awareness Sample Email
Raise awareness from the comfort of a computer.
Advertise your upcoming awareness event.
Envelope and Bag Stuffer
Educate employees and customers by adding this stuffer to paychecks or shopping bags.
Stroke Awareness Social Media Posts
Use pre-formatted posts and tweets to reach out on Facebook and Twitter.
Working Together for a Bigger Impact
This on-demand webinar is geared towards healthcare professionals and highlights awareness campaigns and ideas.
Stroke Awareness Resources for Healthcare Professionals
Educate patients on the signs of stroke and how they can act FAST.
Stroke Facts Infographic
Share important stroke facts displayed visually via social media or through email.
Help spread awareness during National Stroke Awareness Month by sending an e-card to someone you know.
Fundraise your way by telling others why stroke is your cause.
Ask your HR department or local and online media to reprint this customizable newsletter.
Distribute stroke facts and more to bloggers and online, TV, radio, and newspaper media. Don't forget to add your own story.
Stroke 101 Fact Sheet
Raise awareness accurately by disseminating the latest stroke statistics.
Stroke Symptoms Poster
FAST Wallet Card
This pocket-sized card teaches about how to act FAST when it comes to stroke.
Use these Powerpoint presentations to help you educate others and raise awareness.
Explaining Stroke 101: Provide a group with comprehensive education about stroke to groups.
Marketing 101: Learn how to effectively design and deliver awareness messaging through events, social media and more.
It’s a Brain Attack!: Teach kids the basics of stroke, how to act FAST, and how to reduce the risk of stroke.
Stroke and Long Term Disability: There is hope after stroke. Learn how to manage long-term disability related to stroke.
Stroke Prevention and Risk Factors: Up to 80% of strokes are preventable. Learn about both controllable and uncontrollable risk factors for stroke.
Community Presentations 101: Are you interested in putting together a presentation but not sure where to start? This step-by-step guide will ensure your success!
Success Stories: Learn from the experts’ ideas, tips, and suggestions on making your awareness event a success.
The National Stroke Association has developed several short public service announcements for use in your awareness activities.
Brain Attack 30 Minute Film
Cholesterol & Stroke
30 second PSA
TIAs: Get a Second Chance at Life
30 second PSA | 60 second PSA
Use these banners to promote National Stroke Awareness Month and Faces of Stroke online.
Stroke Awareness Month Web BannersGet Banners
Faces of Stroke Online Campaign Web BannersGet Banners
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