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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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ComeBackStrong Mobile App

© 2015

We’ve developed a new Come Back Strong™ mobile app designed for stroke survivors. Use the app to find a support group or a hospital near you, recover from home with 30 video demos of physical rehab exercises, and more.

Como reducir el riesgo y reconocer los síntomas de un ACV

© 2016

Todos tenemos algún riesgo de desarrollar un ACV. Aprenda como reducir esto riesgo en esta hoja de dato.

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Coping with Emotions

© 2006

Dealing with a flood of emotions can be hard for stroke survivors.

» Download this fact sheet.

Dealing with Pain

© 2006

Some survivors have to deal with pain caused by their strokes.

» Download this fact sheet.

Developing and Telling Your Story

© 2013

The most important thing to remember in developing and delivering a message to your legislator is that you have something valuable to contribute.

» Download the worksheet.

Diabetes and Stroke

© 2013

An easy-to-understand guide to understanding your risk for stroke if you have diabetes.

» Download this brochure.

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