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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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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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Medication Adherence and Compliance

© 2012

Know the importance of taking stroke-related medications on time and as directed

» Download this brochure.

Minorities and Stroke

© 2014

Women, Hispanics and African-Americans in the U.S. have higher stroke risks. Learn about your risk today.

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Mobility After Stroke

© 2011

Learn about treatments for paralysis and spasticity after stroke.

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Mobility Mission Online Game

© 2016

Your journey is waiting! This fun and interactive game will boost your confidence and knowledge about stroke and common post-stroke mobility issues.

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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