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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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Return to Work Discussion Guide

© 2015

Use the questions in this guide as an entry point for group discussions focused on work interest, motives, and readiness to return to work.

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Return to Work Employment Readiness Assessment

© 2015

This tool will help you determine if you have high, moderate or low barriers to re-joining the workforce.

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Return to Work Resource List

© 2015

Get connected to organizations and people who can suppport you on your journey back to work.

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Secondary Stroke

© 2009

Part of the Risk Factors for Stroke fact sheet series

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Shopping List

© 2015

To reduce your stroke risk, your diet should be high in potassium, low in sodium, rich in fish, vegetables, fruits, cereal, fiber, and whole grains.

Sleep Disorders

© 2006

Part of the Recovery After Stroke fact sheet series

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Social Support

© 2006

Part of the Recovery After Stroke fact sheet series

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Spasticity after Stroke Checklist

© 2016

Use this checklist as a tool to help you talk to your healthcare provider to determine if you are experiencing symptoms of spasticity.  Available in Spanish

Spasticity Infographic

© 2016

Spasticity affects over 40% of stroke survivors. Symptoms may include stiff and rigid muscles, spasms, or the feeling of a charleyhorse that won't go away. 

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Start posting and tweeting

© 2017

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