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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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Living After Stroke: Managing Change

© 2013

Listen to psychologist Sara Palmer, PhD, discuss managing the changes that stroke has made in your life.

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Living After Stroke: Returning to Work Post-stroke

© 2010

Join topic experts as they discuss post-stroke employment topics.

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Living After Stroke: Social and Physical Support for Returning to Work

© 2011

Join topic experts they discuss topics on available support for returning to work.

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Living After Stroke: Transportation

© 2012

Join topic expert Karen Wolf-Branigin as she discusses solutions to transportation problems.

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Living with PBA_Flyer

© 2017

Living with PBA_Flyer

Logos For Media Sponsors

© 2017

Logos For Media Sponsors

Managing Fatigue

© 2016

Learn how to manage post-stroke fatigue.

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Managing Life at Home

© 2006

Managing life at home is an important part of stroke recovery.

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Managing Your Medications

© 2014

Taking your medications as ordered is important. Learn some helpful tips to better manage your medications.

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Marketing 101

© 2011

Learn how to effectively design and deliver awareness messaging through events, social media and more.

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