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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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Questions to Ask Your Rehab Professional About Technology

© 2016

Unsure how to ask your healthcare provider about what technology is right for you? Use this discussion guide as a resource to guide the conversation.


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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Recurrent Stroke Prevention

Supporting handout for the Grand Rounds program, Recurrent Stroke Prevention: An Update on the Evidence and Opportunity in Ischemic Stroke or TIA Case-Based Review of Guidelines for Practitioners Who Care for Patients With Ischemic Stroke or TIA


Redefining Sexuality

© 2006

Part of the Recovery After Stroke fact sheet series

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Reduce Your Risk of Stroke Starting Now

© 2015

Start reducing risk now by following prevention guidelines inside this brochure. Also available in Spanish.


Reduzca su riesgo de ACV a partir de ahora

© 2016

Aprende màs cómo reducir su riesgo de ACV.

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Resume Resources

© 2016

A job caught your eye, but you haven’t updated your resume since long before your stroke? Use this info sheet to help you figure out the best way to organize your work experience.

Return to Work Decision Tree

© 2015

Thinking of returning to work? This downloadable tool will help you make a good decision.

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With Cryptogenic Stroke: Diagnostics and Tools to Determine Root Cause, healthcare professionals can learn about best practices in cardiac monitoring, anticoagulant use, and cryptogenic stroke on demand and earn up to 2.5 CMEs.

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