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Marketing Your Stroke Support Group

© 2016

Here are some ideas to let your community know about your new Stroke Support Group.

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Movement and Balance

© 2006

Moving around safely and easily may not be something you think about, unless you’ve had a stroke.

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Muscle Weakness After Stroke: Hemiparesis

© 2015

Learn about muscle weakness after stroke and treatments methods to improve the use of the affected side.

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NIH Stroke Scale Exam Fact Sheet

© 2014

A fact sheet created by National Stroke Association that provides information on NIH Stroke Scale certification. 

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Patent Foramen Ovale

© 2014

All people are born with this flap-like hole, but for most, the hole closes by itself after birth. However, for roughly 1 out of every 5 people, this hole does not seal itself, resulting in a Patent Foramen Ovale (PFO).

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Personality and Behavior Changes

© 2006

Part of the Recovery After Stroke fact sheet series

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Pseudobulbar Affect Infographic

© 2015

Pseudobulbar Affect (PBA) is a common, under-diagnosed condition that many stroke survivors face.

Learn more about PBA and how to manage it.

 

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Quick FAQ

© 2016

Learn the essential steps of setting  up and running a Stroke Support Group.

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Recurrent Stroke

© 2006

Part of the Recovery After Stroke fact sheet series

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Redefining Sexuality

© 2006

Part of the Recovery After Stroke fact sheet series

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