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National Stroke Association's multimedia library offers a one-stop shop for stroke information in a variety of formats. All downloadable materials with the exception of press releases are available for educational use without permission. Users are asked to credit National Stroke Association as the copyright holder.

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Accommodations Discussion Tips

© 2015

Feeling uncomfortable about talking with your employers about the accommodations you may need to return to work post-stroke? This tool can help!

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Act FAST Wallet Card

© 2015

Learn the sudden warning signs of stroke so you can recognize and respond to stroke FAST.

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Act FAST Wallet Card (Espanol)

© 2015

Aprenda a identificar los primeros síntomas de un ataque cerebrovascular para que lo pueda detectar y atender rápido (FAST).

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Advocacy 101

© 2013

Learn how to be an effective advocate and how the Stroke Advocacy Network can help.

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Advocacy Tips for Your Stroke Support Group

© 2013

Learn how your stroke support group can help the broader stroke community through simple advocacy.

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Advocacy Tool Kit

© 2014

The Advocacy Tool Kit is a comprehensive resource to help you plan and prepare for meetings with legislators in your community.

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Advocacy: August Recess 2015 Talking Points

© 2015

Members of Congress are hearing our message and have been taking action on our policy priorities. Our champions are working to improve diagnosis and treatment, as well as to increase funding for important research. But they need our help to succeed! Legislators need to hear from you, their...

Advocacy: August Recess 2015: Email Template to Congressional Staff

© 2015

August is in full swing, and we’ve heard Congressional town hall meetings are going well so far!  Making the effort to attend these meetings shows members of Congress your passion for helping stroke survivors around the country.  To build on that momentum, you’ll want to introduce...

African Americans and Stroke

© 2011

This brochure explains why African-Americans are at a higher risk for stroke and what they can do  about it.

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